Monthly Archives: March 2014

Goodbye Deathly Cold. Hello Green!

Is it just me or is the earth actually getting a little greener these days? I caught a few glimpses of my favorite color, a few days ago, while I was on a walk with Beanstalk, so I think it might be true. It might actually be the end of Winter, folks. Whew. Now can we all just breathe a huge sigh of relief, and… read more

The Gift of Grief.

(This is a continuation of my last post “When Grief Comes…” If you haven’t read it, please do so, and then continue here.) I learned a few things from that moment of grief at the San Diego airport. One of them is that it really IS ok to cry. It’s ok to let yourself hurt and feel and… read more

When Grief Comes, Unexpected.

I was not prepared for the tsunami that hit me in my chest, when I walked down that sunny terminal toward gate number 44 at the San Diego Airport last Sunday. I had spent three days in the city, networking with bloggers and hanging at the beach with my brother and his wife, who live… read more