I was in fourth grade the first time I heard Charlotte’s Web. Our teacher would read us a chapter of a book right after recess and thus introduced me to Charlotte and Wilbur and Fern and Templeton. A story of unlikely friends, a story about sticking up for and aiding the underdog. As my teacher […]
Remembering my mother two years after her death.
How do you remember pregnancy and infant loss when there was no time to make memories? A post for Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day.
Guest post for Beth Morey about the last push.
Remembering our son on what would have been his first birthday.
Remembering that even in the midst of grief, there is good.
We like to remember the resurrection. But are we forgetting that there was a time when Jesus was dead?
Remembering the two sons who aren’t here with us.
On Saturday, with the help of doctors, and with her family near, Brittany Maynard took her life. She was battling a form of brain cancer that was likely going to end her life in just a few months, so she and her family moved to Oregon so she could take advantage of the state’s Death with […]
My mom worked in a nursing home almost my entire life. Every few months after school, we would go over to “the home” and help decorate for the upcoming holiday. We would sing and play for the hymn sings. On Mondays we would go help my mom bring residents to the activity center for the […]