dealing with loss


A Puppy Passes & Newtown Loses Twenty Angels and Its Heart: 1/17/13

Too Much Sadness: Since my last post about our daughter’s adult special needs life, much has transpired for all Americans. A little more than a week after my posting, Newtown, Connecticut, a town adjacent to our own, became the target of a massacre unlike any our country has ever known. An intentional murder of twenty… Read the Rest Of This Article

A Shared Grief and A Puncture: 9-23-11

Riverview: What a profound place, this special education school that embraces its students and their families with arms of acceptance and devotion, class and humor. The memorial service for this precious young man, who perished because his seizure disorder interrupted an innocent dive into a lake he has probably spent years paddling about in, wrapped… Read the Rest Of This Article

A Condolence And Busy Being Neighbors: 8-16-11

Neighbors: This is a unique chapter indeed. Prior to boarding school, which began when our daughter was sixteen, she spent most of her time out of school with her parents. In the last five years, ten months of the school year and five weeks in the summer our daughter lived four hours away, eight total round… Read the Rest Of This Article