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Thousand Kindnesses

A Thousand Small, Glittering Kindnesses

Today, I’ve been thinking about the time when we were on a layover at the airport and a young man [...]
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My first husband died eleven years ago, on the morning of December 23, 2010. In the days to follow, I [...]
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I Have This Theory.

I have this theory.  It’s tested but unproven, and I’ll never know if it’s true as long as I’m on [...]
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Two Boys, Two Bikes, Two Dads

Sometimes it’s fitting to revisit the best truths. Today seems like a day for the best and the truths. This [...]
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All There Is: A Word to Broken Hearts on Easter Weekend

Good Friday.  It’s the day of sadness and loss. If your heart is broken, this day may be far more [...]
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So Big, So Small

It was a February day When your dad came by, before going away A U-Haul truck in the driveway The [...]
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Root Beer Floats

The Bread and the Wine… and the Root Beer Float

Saturday was Robb’s birthday, so we went to Red Robin to celebrate and remember. Because Bottomless Root Beer Floats. “We’re [...]
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Hummingbirds, Pennies, and Verizon Texts

On the day that Robb died, my mom’s phone became Grief’s Grand Central Station. She spent the whole day on [...]
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Someone Else’s Wife

Hi, Robb, I’m a wife.  Again. I’ve written to you lots over the last five-and-a-half years, over our two thousand [...]
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Thank You, Little Black Dress.

I am reading The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up. It’s a revolutionary approach to decluttering where instead of clearing [...]
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Between Past Pain and Redeemed Love: December 22

Words are living things in my imagination. Some of them are bubble cartoon fonts or rigid block letters or splashy [...]
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Earthquakes, Aftershocks, and Falling in Love

Falling in love is a little bit terrifying. And sometimes a lot bit. Remember that story of the morning when [...]
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“Mom, Will You Still Love My Dad?”

“Mom, I just have one question.” He was in the backseat of the car, still consistently the safest place for [...]
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There Are Things I Haven’t Told You

I have a photo of the Last Halloween. The boys are five and three years old, and they are dressed [...]
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There Will Be No New Memories

I cannot speak for all of us who have lost someone.  But I do think I can speak for most [...]
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Remembering the First Ever Mother-Son Flashlight Party

I found this little ditty hiding in the archives.  Look at this very sweet story. * * * Robb was [...]
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Laundry, Socks, Sheets, and “Nipples.”

My mind does funny things when I’m folding laundry.  It’s like all these little blends of cotton evoke some kind [...]
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I Will Miss You Always

    On a day with so few words, this poem offers the perfect ones. Happy birthday, Robb.
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Fifteen Years.

Fifteen years.  That’s a lot of years.  This would have been a milestone anniversary for us, I like to think.  [...]
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He Threw Down the Gauntlet on the Breckenridge River

Robb and I were in our twenties, and our children were merely a far-away-maybe-someday hope. It was just the two [...]
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