The most pure form of love remembered.

This past week, I went home to attend the funeral of a wonderful and dear sweet woman,… Aunt Lula would have been 98 years old in November and had an absolutely beautiful life. We were blessed to have her so long and she was equally blessed with a wonderful 97 years. In honoring her memory […]

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Honoring Duke,…

Today, I received one of the biggest honors I can think of,… a wonderful and dear family lost their beloved Duke and was having a visitation. They invited me to join them. They wanted me to come and say my good-byes to this boy that I was so privileged to be one of the first […]

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Is Death God´s Will?

One very natural part of the grieving process is the “Feeling and Fact Finding” part – a part of active mourning where a grieving person asks “why” among a variety of other “questions.”  “Why did this happen to her?”  “Why did God take her?”  “Why did God make her suffer?”  “Will I ever see her again?” While these seemed […]

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Death is not the Enemy

I found this excerpt in a piece done by Joshua Loth Liebman.  It is so profound and touching – and really makes one think about life – and death – and another way to see these events.  Join me.  Walk with me.  Reflect with me on your life – and what your journey looks like. “I often feel that […]

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