A very long year… It’s been fourteen months since my last blog about the extraordinary support we received during my daughter’s illness and death from colon cancer. (And, again, if you’re due for a colonoscopy, please don’t put it off. Yeah, the prep tastes like fruit punch infused with rusted metal and laced with turpentine, […]
What Love Looks Like
If Christmas is about helping people in need, then this is a Christmas story. On December 11, almost seven months after she was diagnosed with colorectal cancer and only a day short of her 34th birthday, my daughter, Sarah, passed away. I am not going to write here about our grief, or the devastating loss […]
C-Change . . .
I’m a sporadic blogger at best, but the last post here was April 13, seven months ago. As Doodle would say, “Whoa.” The blog was titled, “Times, They Are A’ Changing.” That turned out to be sadly prophetic in a way I couldn’t have possibly foreseen. Our lives have undergone a sea change, or, as I […]