Category Archives: memorial day

Post-Memorial Day Musings

This past weekend was Memorial Day, a time set aside to honor our war dead with parades and fluttering flags upon their graves, and hopefully, with solemn remembrance of who they were and what might have been. Jack fell on … Continue reading

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The Courage to Live

Some conversations linger after the person who whispered urgently in your ear, clasped your hand until your fingers hurt, has departed, eyes downcast, their pain hidden once again from the world. A week or so ago a woman approached me … Continue reading

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