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Today I Let Go…


…of some, “Oh, I remember this from childhood” and “This was a wedding gift given to Mom in Dad in 1953!”  I also let go of plenty “maybe someday” and “I’d sure love to do this one day” and especially … Continue reading

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It Takes Remarkable Talent…


To potentially give myself WHIPLASH by falling while walking up a hill.  I know, I know…it’s admirable, I’m sure if we made it an Olympic sport I would score high on both choreography and technicality.  I can tell you’re all … Continue reading

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Loss and Brain Injury: One more layer of letting go


I’ve been offline quite a bit recently, just going through the motions of preparing for a move and taking items to our local auctioneer, resting more than usual, and icing my neck and shoulder.  I fell last week…so have been … Continue reading

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As inspired by Mary Landberg: Our Hands at Hospice


Although Dad was in confinement at Hospice, I removed the gloves and asked for this photo to be taken. I am grateful to Mary for bringing her beautiful work to us, you may click on the photo and it will … Continue reading

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Happy Dance!


I am ecstatic I received a interim supply of sleep meds from my doctor.  I thought it would cost an arm and a leg since I didn’t think insurance would even cover it, but it did.  I am one grateful … Continue reading

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Day 7 with Dad (Tuesday, April 23, 2013)


Day 7 with Dad (Tuesday, April 23, 2013) Early this morning Reluctant Heart unexpectedly stopped by on his way to pick up uncle at the airport; we hadn’t really gone back to speaking terms so I’d not told him about … Continue reading

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In the Waiting


Dad is still in the hospital and we are waiting, just waiting.  Over the weekend I re-read Dad’s Living Will/Advanced Health Care Directives.  I cried.  Last time I read it, I got choked up and put it away.  There is … Continue reading

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It’s Fried-day!


It has been a long week with Dad going from rehab back to the hospital to rehab and back to the hospital again.  As of this moment, he has been in ER all morning, having just gone back to rehab … Continue reading

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Amazing Video!


Thought this might spark your heart and spirit like it did mine. Many thanks to Mark for sharing. 🙂

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Spring


I was born in the spring and seem to be re-born each and every spring…especially since TBI.  The depression and sensitivity to darker weather, isolation, inactivity, quietness all seem to leave me wanting to do absolutely nothing and not caring … Continue reading

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