Monthly Archives: October 2012

Successes, songs and struggles

As I’ve written before, Gary Allan’s music has a special place in my heart. It was a significant part of the soundtrack to my friendship with Kim. Recently, I have been pondering the irony of that. Continue reading

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‘Connection lost’: what it means to connect online [Project Underblog guest post]

Hi, friends. As promised yesterday, here’s a link to my Project Underblog article. I’d really appreciate it if you’d leave a comment saying what online friendship means or has meant to you. 🙂 Check the article out here Wishing you … Continue reading

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Finding the right words for both of us…

Hi, friends. I hope this post finds you well. This grieving is an interesting cycle…or at least I continue to find it so. Ordinary Beatles events are fine…new releases aren’t so much, because I am wholly aware that Chris will … Continue reading

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Respite

Just lately, as you may be able to tell, I’ve been at a loss for what to write here. The thing about having a blog about grief is that it often doesn’t seem as though there’s room to discuss the joy that comes in between the waves. Continue reading

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Following up on ‘Sometimes I wish’

I hope this post finds you well. You may remember that I participated in a blog hop on the theme ‘Sometimes I Wish…’ last month. From reading others’ posts I have seen how powerful a tool naming our wishes has been. Continue reading

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Free to enjoy ‘our’ music again

Hi, friends. Fortune seems to have smiled on me this week. To be more specific, it has been about six years since I could have a decent ‘geek’ conversation about George Harrison with somebody. With the start of a new … Continue reading

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Memorialising in big ways through cyberloss

Today I’m writing about the way another cyberfriend paid tribute to an online friend. Continue reading

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