Monthly Archives: December 2012

Grief and New Year’s Resolutions [2013 edition]

In previous years, I have not written about specific resolutions or steps I have taken on this journey, because I haven’t really had any. This year is slightly different, as along with the continued self-care type resolutions, I have a blueprint for where I want to be in the future with my grief journey. Continue reading

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Reflecting and regrouping

Hello, friends. I hope today’s post finds you well. Now that Christmas has come and gone, and we’re on the cusp of a New Year, I’m taking a little time to reflect and regroup. It always seems to me that … Continue reading

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Seizing joy wherever possible

Dear friends, After about two weeks where I haven’t really posted much, today’s post is slightly more substantial. I hope it finds you well. Over the past few weeks, there have been moments that I’ve felt the impact of residual … Continue reading

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Festive greetings

Dear friends, Once again, I am mostly without a post, so I thought I’d share something which a reader shared with me. ‘Til the next post, I wish you all well. Wishing you all peace and strength on your journeys,

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Stream of Consciousness Sunday: Promptless

Today I’m linking up with the blogging exercise Stream of Consciousness Sunday. If you want to join in, here are the rules: Set a timer and write for 5 minutes. Write an intro to the post if you want but … Continue reading

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Much of a nothingness

Hello, friends. I hope this post finds you well. I’ve not much to write today, although I have written the (by now) traditional New Year’s Resolutions post, which I look forward to sharing with you in just over two weeks. … Continue reading

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Resurgences and sharing

Originally posted on Flying free ……:
It took me a little bit of searching, but I found the author of this piece. It is:  Rabbi Baruch HaLevi, D. Min. Source:   http://rabbib.com/blog/?p=1713 To survive the death of a loved one is no…

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