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I WAS BLESSED TO BE HEALED-PART 2

Healing is amazing and that is why I write so much about it. People in deep grief suffer and destroy themselves because they lose hope and don’t realize that out of it can come a new life – with resilience, strength and even happiness again. Continue reading

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I WAS BLESSED TO BE HEALED-PART 1

This story is about healing and grief – as many of my stories are. When I was grieving the death of my child, sometimes it was impossible to imagine feeling better. But I always held on to hope of healing. Continue reading

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WHEN YOU’VE LEFT, YOU’LL STILL BE WITH ME

At this time in my life, I have been reconnecting with many old friends. I began writing in February, and one of my first posts was about tennis (Post #8). This story is a follow up about my experience of losing one of my good tennis friends, Linda. Continue reading

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SHUTTING UP THE RACQUET IN MY HEAD

Today, I had to laugh when I heard one lady say the “F” word for only the second time. I told her she was now in my “The @#%&ing Fifties Club.” Of course, that’s the same club I’ve recently joined where I can’t keep track of the score or who is serving.
But then again, I do have a lot on my mind.
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