All posts tagged grief

Musing after Monday

Moving from the world of want to a state of need is a revolution. Often, the catalyst for this level of change is deep emotional connection.

Fractal Tree of Life

branches tree of life

Almost every culture has a parable comparing life to a tree. We all start with the roots of family, wild and ranging, channeled into a trunk, parents. As we age, we meet others, branch off from the basis of our family and blossom into a one of a kind work of art.

Tarnished Silence

For many, silence is golden. Overall, silence is to be revered when the world is off its rocker, the children are clamoring for something they absolutely do not need and the telephone battery refuses to die… despite 47 calls in the last three hours. Then, there are the times when silence is tarnished.

Saturday Evening Post

Not sure why I feel like the week should be at a close. Snuggle into a rocker with a cuppa. The weather is cool and windy. Clyde is contemplative. Let’s talk.

Writers Spotlight: Samantha Light-Gallagher

Red was busy keeping Claret and Bruno out of the chocolate croissants and white chocolate mocha when a breezy Samantha Light-Gallagher swept into the M3 Coffee Shoppe. With an admonition for the Wombies to mind their paws, Red set out to see what Samantha had to say about Crazy Courage.