Days when your Rockstar is neither a Rock or a Star

It’s me. This post is for those of you out there in the caregiving role. It doesn’t have to be caregving for someone sick, it’s for all you raising kids, caring for aging parents, anyone that this may speak to.… Continue Reading

What is your legacy?

I wrote this blog about three weeks ago- When Mike and I became involved I made it a point to immerse myself in researching treatment options, and became heavily involved in the world of cancer. Whether it was talking to… Continue Reading

Douchebags need not apply

When you have suffered devastating loss whether it be of a spouse, loved one, business, job, or a heart break it is only human to think that it shouldn’t happen to you again. You have paid your debt, suffered enough,… Continue Reading

The Ring

I’ve written before about our wedding rings, and my decision to take mine off, and wear Mikes on my middle finger on my right hand. https://www.mooreaboutthis.com/until-death-does-its-part/ A few months ago i looked down, and Mikes ring was missing a diamond.… Continue Reading

All aboard the crazy train!

Sometimes we people who have lost special people talk about them more than what people are comfortable with. We inject their names into conversations with family, friends, new lovers, and strangers. (Let me just apologize right now for over sharing to… Continue Reading

Real Love

It was his gentle way of teasing me about taking up the whole garage with my lack of spatial relations, and having to come inside many times to get the keys to move my car over. It was walking aimlessly… Continue Reading

Weight a sec, it will change

The holidays are a difficult time of year for many people, and not just people who are dealing with loss. The forced frivolity, tv commercials showing smiling happy families, which don’t resemble most stressed families I know, the added expense of gift… Continue Reading

Unbreak my Heart

The past couple of months I’ve been packing, cleaning, and moving into a new house. I’ve spent hours looking at pictures of my old life, and going through Mikes clothing, and things in my garage. I should have known better.… Continue Reading