Tag Archives: grief

Virtual Coffee #5

If we were having coffee today, I’d let you know that I’ve missed you since I stepped away for a month-long blogging break.  It’s good to step away for these little breaks every now and then.  And though I didn’t blog … Continue reading

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Supermarket Flowers

Supermarket Flowers is a song of bereavement.  Ed Sheeran wrote this song as a personal tribute to his late grandmother.  Many people think the song was written about Ed’s mom.  It was written from his mom’s point of view, rather … Continue reading

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To Everything There Is A Season, And A Time To Every Purpose Under The Heaven

There was once a man who was described as amazingly wonderful, compassionate and brilliant. He was a medical doctor. An oncologist to be exact. Highly regarded in his profession. Rumor was he graduated first in his medical school class. His … Continue reading

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Ruminate

This post is in response to the WordPress one-word daily prompt: Ruminate The first thing that popped into my head (of course) upon seeing this prompt was my anatomy and physiology days in my animal science and pre-vet courses and … Continue reading

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Remembering a Genuine Friend

Back in the early 1990s, a veterinarian came to work at the clinic I worked at (he actually was hired to fill in for me while I was on an extended maternity leave but was later hired on full-time).  Prior … Continue reading

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Random Thoughts This Weekend

I had written a post last night about something that happened to me yesterday that had me quite upset.  But my WordPress site was not cooperating and it was not saving my drafts. Then when I was trying to download … Continue reading

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Needing A Mother’s Tender Care

I sorta laughed to myself when it dawned on me what I had suddenly found myself wanting as I laid on the couch that day.  And continuing to think about it, tears fell hard when I realized the depth of … Continue reading

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