Moving on through grief

Two_wheelchairs_for_blogOn December 2, 2012, we sent our mother to the emergency room where she and we found out through a CT scan that she had cancer throughout her abdomen. She had been caring for our father, who suffered from Alzheimers’, at home with the help of home health aides.

Everything changed.

By January 26th, 2013, both of my parents were gone and my journey through grief began in earnest.

R.I.P. Mom and Dad.

Here’s to you.

Turn the camera aroundOctober 14, 2014
Unmoored-eighteen months laterSeptember 16, 2014
How long is long enough to grieve?January 10, 2014
Nine things I’ve learned about grief November 7, 2013
A day like today – on a journey through griefAugust 26, 2013
Lives contained in a cedar chestMay 2, 2013
Where do I go from here?May 1, 2013
I’m still hereApril 14, 2013
Yes you couldApril 5, 2013
What does someone with Alzheimer’s actually die from?March 24, 2013
My mother had a hard lifeMarch 11, 2013
Healing the heart – allowing myself to cryMarch 8, 2013
I made it to MarchMarch 1, 2013
Healing the heart – caring againFebruary 13, 2013
After the stormFebruary 4, 2013
Reunion in heavenJanuary 26, 2013
Alzheimer’s and after the lossJanuary 24, 2013
Ten things I’ve learned since December January 22, 2013
Someone’s cryingJanuary 13, 2013
VisitorsJanuary 4, 2013
If I were an artistDecember 30, 2012
The day the world was to endDecember 22, 2012
The small thingsDecember 16, 2012
Lights in the darkness December 13, 2012
A love storyDecember 8, 2012

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