Lent 2023, Day 11: Ascent. Requiescat in Pace.
“It was surreal, writing an obituary, for my mom, who died of cancer, in a room full of patients, fighting cancer.”March 6, 2023
The Making of the Man.
I love you. You make me proud to be Player 2.
~LiLiOctober 27, 2022
Some Sunday Stuff: Third Week of Advent, 2021.
I’m full of sorrow because I know I’m losing my mom. Yet, I will continue to choose joy; not fake toxic positivity that denies the reality of the situation or the depth of my heartbreak. No, I’m choosing joy through hope, joy in “faith through Jesus’ love”.December 12, 2021
Some Sunday Stuff: First Week of Advent, 2021.
It’s beginning to look like… *record scratch*… Advent.November 28, 2021
The Decade of Wistful Thinking.
“K, upon hearing that she had visited with us all in those final weeks, supposed her spirit was leading her to say goodbye, to give some closure. I held in my heart that suggestion, even as I knew I’d only get closure at my own death. My very act of living is a testimony of her death.”November 23, 2021
Lent 2021, Day 31: You’re Wrong About.
So you want to “go back to normal,” huh? Nah, you’re wrong about that.March 24, 2021
Lent 2020, Days 14 & 15: When anxiety spreads faster than COVID-19.
King Kong ain’t got nothin’ on anxiety.March 13, 2020
Lent- Day 18: The sea of forgetfulness is better than the valley of the dolls.
Over the weekend I started watching the cancelled Fox show “Dollhouse”, available for streaming on Netflix. It came highly recommended by my brother Joe, who didn’t even have to “Sherlock”…March 10, 2015
Lent- Day 17- My spirit faints.
(Source) As a kid, I just couldn’t understand the Israelites. Why, after God delivered them out of slavery in Egypt, would they so quickly turn to making a golden calf to worship…March 9, 2015
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