Category Archives: Grief

End of Summer

Prime just told me the news: we’ve lost Davey Nelson. He lost his battle with liver cancer. I really don’t have the words to describe how I feel right now. His voice was one I heard near constantly over the … Continue reading

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Brief Candle

As you all know by now, Stephen Hawking has died. I lack the words to properly honor this man, as his work was far reaching. All I can say is that the universe has lost a great mind and seems far … Continue reading

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Flurries

It snowed today. This is the third year in a row that we’ve gotten snow on March 1st. I needed it to snow. During the morning hours, I felt anxious. Something was wrong but I didn’t know what. When I … Continue reading

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Sick and Damn Tired

We know about Florida. We know about the school shooting in Parkland. We know that the shooter trained with white nationalists and that the gun was legally purchased. There are currently 17 dead, with the toll possibly rising within the next few days. … Continue reading

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A Salute

Mort Walker passed away, at the age of 94. I’m more than a little upset about this. Beetle Bailey was one of those strips that was in every newspaper; it was ubiquitous and familiar. Every morning, when I was a … Continue reading

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Those First Lonely Steps

The last few days haven’t exactly been kind to me. My anxiety has seemingly decided to come back with a vengeance; my own thoughts are my absolute worst enemies now. I can’t listen to the national news without wanting to … Continue reading

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“We will all decay”

Title from here. Earlier today, I heard the news of the death of Dolores O’Riordan. Saying that I’m stunned is putting it very mildly. The Cranberries was one of my favorite groups, the song “Linger” and “Dreams” among my favorite songs. However, it … Continue reading

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