Monthly Archives: November 2012

A celebration: two years of Navigating Cyberloss

Hi, friends. I hope this post finds you well. I apologise that it’s later in the week than usual, but it took some thinking about. Today (30th November 2012) marks the second anniversary of Navigating Cyberloss. I’d like to thank all … Continue reading

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Musical surprises and sustenance

Hi, friends. Hope this finds you well. Not much of a post today, and more of a mix or mess of ideas. An email from Amazon dropped in my inbox this morning, advertising an offer on CDs. I was intrigued … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving in grief

Hi, friends. I know that today in the US is Thanksgiving, a holiday we don’t celebrate in England. I feel very strongly that wherever we are on the globe, we should all take a bit of time to be grateful. … Continue reading

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Re-evaluating with grace

Hi, friends. This week has been a tremendous experience. I’m slowly learning to look at all this again through a different lens. I’ve filled my spare time with spiritual practices and spiritual things, and grace and peace seem to be … Continue reading

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Technology is changing how Americans remember the dead

Hi, friends.  Nothing particularly interesting to report from me today, so I thought I’d share an article I found via Victoria Noe of FriendGrief. Personally, I find the last line a little offensive…’the old will die, and their values will … Continue reading

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It’s always the little things

Hi, friends. I hope this post finds you well. I’m not overly interested in technology as a rule, but I must admit that the news that Microsoft plans to retire MSN Messenger made me feel a little emotional, as though … Continue reading

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Life in spite of grief…

Hi, friends. I’ve written before about those moments when life and grief collide. Made it through another one yesterday. Somehow, I didn’t expect a lecture on an eighteenth century novel to turn into a discussion of breast cancer in the … Continue reading

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