Category Archives: Love and Loss

The things which strike me and my family, day by day, as we deal with life without a husband and father whose life was cut short by pancreatic cancer.

The Cottage of Darkness

  Someone I loved once gave me a box full of darkness. It took me years to understand that this, too, was a gift. On March 4th I first sat down with the Rev, and he in turn introduced me … Continue reading

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Harbingers on the Horizon

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Originally posted on Love in the Spaces:
? It is not without irony that seeing a “sleeper sunrise”–a band of bright color that breaks through a predawn bank of blue-black at the horizon, often evaporating so quickly that the sleep-saturated…

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    The title came first. I had something else entirely in mind when I arrived on my own blog in the wee hours of this morning to find a season’s worth of recent posts inexplicably wiped off the face … Continue reading

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Birthdays of the Dead

I could not do any better on this day than I did on this birthday.       via Birthdays of the Dead

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