Tag Archives: sadness

FaceBook Quandry … What Do You Do When A Friend Dies?

I have a quandary … Maybe it’s just me. I don’t know. I like FaceBook, I really do … In spite of the many annoying “improvements” that have been added to FaceBook over the past couple of years, the basic … Continue reading

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A Sad Statistic Grows by One More …

On Sunday, September 16th, at age 87, my Dad became part of a rapidly growing statistic. He passed away sixty-seven years after completing his service in the US Army Air Corps during World War II. We are losing our World War II … Continue reading

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The Old House

Once a source of warmth and light, the old house is cold and dark now. Still generating familiar sights and smells, instead of bringing joy, they now only create an aching sense of emptiness and loss. I find it hard … Continue reading

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Seeing Jesse Smile

I’ve been thinking lately about seeing Jesse smile. Lately I’ve been wishing she’d stay home for a while. I miss her when she leaves me and sometimes when she’s here. I see her smile so seldom before it disappears.      … Continue reading

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When you have the blues … Write a song?

I’ve had a case of the blues recently.  This has probably been clear to anyone who cared.  My most recent post was weeks ago, and it was about the death of a friend.  The fact is, I’ve lost my Mom, our dog, … Continue reading

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Screening Phone Calls …

 Be honest, now.       Do you screen your phone calls?      I do … for a lot of reasons.  Some easily expressed and some more subtle. On the surface, there has  always been something in my psychological make-up that makes … Continue reading

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