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Monsoon Season

When it rains it pours, and 2021 has just been one storm after another. Over the weekend my husband and I found out that his dad likely has a terminal brain disease. I don’t even know how to process this. I’m still dealing with my own grief from my Dad’s death in March, and nowContinue reading “Monsoon Season”

I Was Wrong

In order for us to grow I think it’s vital to be able to admit when we are wrong. In a previous post (The Age of the Stupid) I was extremely judgmental and aggressive towards people who are anti-vax. While I don’t think my beliefs about vaccines are wrong I know now that my approach toContinue reading “I Was Wrong”

Offline

“I feel thin, sort of stretched, like butter scraped over too much bread.” – Bilbo Baggins This year has been one of the most difficult of my life. The death of a parent will shatter you like nothing else can. Right now I’m dealing with a lot: work, my own grief, estate admin, therapy twiceContinue reading “Offline”

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– Maya Angelou

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