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Now you grieve, now you don’t

I read that grieving, at least grieving in the right way, is constantly changing, always in flux. If you are depressed one moment, and then angry the next, and then sad, and then weepy, and then something is funny and you … Continue reading

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The Little Things

Editor’s Note: I wrote this last night, and re-read it this morning. I know it rambles even more than I normally do, but I’m posting it as is. Any editing will take out some of the pain, and the pain … Continue reading

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Some quotes on grieving

“I have held the hands of friends as they died, baptized stillborn infants, helped families decide when to disconnect life-support systems and worked with parents whose children were murdered. Each of those experiences was painful. Nevertheless, at the moment my … Continue reading

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Boots, my good friend

I lost a very good friend today, my cat Boots. He was 16 years old, and has been my buddy for the last 10 years, when I brought him and his mom from New York to California.  For those of … Continue reading

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