Category: Death

No Pretending

While I stammer and struggle with feelings and words, my dear friend, Lori Roeleveld, has the ability to put life back in order for me….

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Remember

The voices in your head. They can be all-encompassing. They can motivate you to keep going or freeze you in your tracks. They can make you cry…

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Celebrating Les Green and Mourning My Temporary Loss

Every day counts and I’ve never felt that as poignantly as I did this past week. I found out about the death of my cousin,…

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Robin, Interviewed by Nancy Kay Grace

Here’s Robin’s latest interview by Nancy Kay Grace on Living Life Unedited on CWAradio.com. I hope to have news about the book, Ten Days to Live…

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Memories of Treasures Long Ago

Even though my family of origin was pretty dysfunctional, one of my favorite pastimes when I’m feeling a bit low is to remember stories about…

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When Suicide Hits Close to Home

Those of you who know me know I have a heart for those who deal with various forms of brokenness. Most forms of brokenness come…

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Courage to be Perfectly Imperfect You

Courage is not the absence of fear … it’s the presence of hope. Check out Shelly Beach’s latest blog. You’ll be blessed by it.

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The Greatest Reception

“The week before the bitterest rejection …” Thank you, Debbie, for showing us our part. A celebration for all-time was greeted with heartache. But blood…

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Does God Cry?

Have you ever wondered if God cries? To help me understand what’s involved with having a personal relationship with God, I try to see Him…

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Remember My Story

This week is my dad’s birthday. If he wouldn’t have died over thirty-five years ago, he would be eighty-six years young now. Today, he would…

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