“In times of darkness we all need a safe harbor to rest. It’s called friendship.”—Francis Paris Every December we approach the longest night of the year called the Winter Solstice. It marks the moment in the cycle of nature’s rhythms when the days will start getting longer and longer again. Since the cycles of nature […]
Shirley died October 12, 2009, from the ravages of severe Alzheimer’s disease. Although curved with osteoporosis and pinned together at both hips, she was filled with life and energy. She didn’t make complete sense when she spoke; what her mind sent to her vocal chords came out so different. If you saw her enough, though, […]
It’s not an easy process, but lots of love mixed with tears is the glue that reshapes the pieces of our broken heart to fit back together in a new pattern that will give meaning to our life.