Tag Archives: death

65,837 Words

I have been collecting all my writings from this past year into one long document that I keep on my computer desktop. It has a feature that counts the words, and with this post I’ll pass 65,000, not counting commentary on other … Continue reading

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Lessons of Holiness

Here is an article appearing on the Jewish Press website sent to me today. It speaks of the challenge of bereavement, finding our way forward and keeping our loved ones alive in our hearts. The Lessons of Holiness Even in … Continue reading

Posted in Ceremony, Coping, Grief, Healing, Jake Colman, Jake's Spirit, Memory, Other Media, Print Article | Tagged , , , , , | 6 Comments

Morning, Afternoon, Evening

Mornings are the hardest. Except it gets bad in the afternoon, and evenings are the worst. There is no time of day when I don’t miss him. What concerns me, is that as time slides by, I don’t miss him … Continue reading

Posted in Coping, Daily Ramblings, Food, Friends and Family, Golf, Grief, Healing, Jake Colman, Jake's Library, Jake's Spirit, Memory, Photography, Progress, Sadness | Tagged , , , , , , , | 5 Comments