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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