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In Memory of Jon Moore–1956-2019

There was so much I didn’t know about Jon Moore… but everything I did know made me like and respect him. Continue reading

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Of Grief and Pain, Loss and Hope

Some deaths are tragic, some horrific, some a welcome release. Even in the release, there is loss and sorrow. Continue reading

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The Shepherd’s Return

We love and celebrate the special events but in the end often find what meant the most were the daily things done for us out of love and devotion. Continue reading

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Of Memory and Monuments

It is not truly honoring those we have lost when we become more focused on our own grief than on those most treasured memories. Continue reading

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To Honor Those We Lose

Though none can know the pain
exactly as it feels to you,
they know keenly that you feel it
and the ache they share is true. Continue reading

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In Memory of Juanita Harrison

But what was miraculous in my adolescent eyes was that the Harrison children clearly delighted in their parents and cheerfully adopted their best traits. Continue reading

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A Whisper of Faith

ool air eases in through the window,
something less than a breeze,
just a soft flowing of the night. Continue reading

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