Tag Archives: death

Sighing Through The Cobwebs

Sometimes news brings you a reality check that calls to mind your own mortality. Yeah, cheery stuff. Today I received a note from my college alumni association advising us of the death of a member of the class of 1982. … Continue reading

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You Never Know

This morning, I was reminded of the importance of telling stories and sharing experiences.  The reminder caught me by surprise and vacillated between being a gut punch and a great big virtual hug. More importantly, I was reminded that you … Continue reading

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Looking Behind Us To See The Future

While culling down the over 5,000 images in my iPhoto,  I came across this image that was posted a few years ago on the old blog. If one takes the time to ponder its significance, it is easy to appreciate … Continue reading

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Notes To Self

I stumbled upon this today and have filed it away in my “Notes to self” folder. “My little brother just asked, “Why are people so nice to the people who are about to die?”  And I told him that we … Continue reading

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Beep Beep

We are all getting older. After seeing this cartoon, I don’t feel so bad. All kidding aside, my parents (in their mid-80’s) continue to lament about the fact that it seems to them that all they do is to go … Continue reading

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