Tag Archives: the journey of grief

Excelsior

I’m pretty sure that you’ve heard the news. If you’re like me, you’re feeling numb. It’s a familiar feeling; I had that same, hollowed out sensation in the center of my chest when I heard the news about Leonard Nimoy … Continue reading

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Weekly Reader Vol 1 Issue 25

It’s time once again for news and views that you can peruse! It’s another Weekly Reader post! And if you’ve got a hot story that you want to share, drop a link in the comments! Meet Roger Severino, the Trump … Continue reading

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Letters to Sammy: Ninety Days Same as Always

Dear Sammy, It’s been three months. The weather is turning cooler, the leaves are changing and I’m still missing you. Summer is all but a memory now, baseball season is now filled with talks of pennant races and magic numbers, … Continue reading

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Letters to Sammy: 60+

Dear Sammy, It’s been two months now. Two months since we lost you. I can talk about you and not start crying, which is progress. Your dad has gotten better, but he still misses you. I think he’d like nothing … Continue reading

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Weekly Reader Vol 1 Issue 15

It’s time for another Weekly Reader, where I post an amalgamation of interesting news and views, which you can read at your leisure. Got a link of your own? Give a shout out in the comments! Mourning And Instagramming The … Continue reading

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Weekly Reader Vol 1 Issue 14

Welcome to the latest edition of Weekly Reader, where I post articles that I find on the internet in order to share them with you. Got something you’d like to show off? Leave a link in the comments! The Uninhabitable … Continue reading

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You’re Standing on My Neck

That sums it up perfectly. Yesterday, Prime and I spent a little time shooting the shit with our friend, Shawn. Our conversation turned to HasCon and Shawn brought up a rather frightening point; it seems that at least one of … Continue reading

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