The Good News 2020

GREETINGS FROM COLORADO Of all the journeys I’ve been on in my life, this year was an adventure of epic proportions.  We found out what the new normal looks like when the pandemic hit and brought the entire globe to its knees.  Then an unprecedented and long overdue awareness of Black Lives Matter swept through …

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Holy Grief

Grief is exhausting.  Bone-tiring, heart-numbing, mind-fogging sorrow mixed with moments of happy memories shared with those who walk this journey with you.  A proverbial roller-coaster of emotion that never stops.  Everything in me screams, “I want off!” or at least, “I want to go back.” Such an inexpressible feeling - vacillating between deep sorrow down to …

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Regifting – a timeless generosity

December 22, 1982 - A beautiful healthy baby boy was born - my first child, Brandon - nicknamed "Bo."  As I held him for the first time, I whispered a silent prayer that he would have a full life - a life of the joy of knowing God and loving others.  Thankfully, I had no …

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An Unwelcome Journey

Spoiler alert:  This isn't your typical seasonal posting.  There are many of you out there whose hearts are far from "merry and light."  You are dealing with losses so great and so exhausting that the flavors of your day (everyday) are sorrow and grief beyond words.  And now, I can honestly say, "I know how …

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Wandering 50 National Parks: A grieving mother’s journey

The National Park system in America is known around the world for its stunning beauty and diverse landscapes.  In fact, the granddaddy of the National Parks, the Grand Canyon celebrates its 100 year birthday this year.  But go into any National Park and you will find a reason to wander and linger and savor every …

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