I’ve been spending every day with grandkids for a month or more, so when it came time to decide on a blog topic, naturally kids were on my mind. Continue reading Blessing the Kids
Category: Funerals, Facing Dying, Grief
Imagining an Afterlife: Movies From the 1930s
Programs in general can be a shared experience, and watching a film that portrays an afterlife, in particular, can open up conversation about your someone’s worries. Continue reading Imagining an Afterlife: Movies From the 1930s
Watching Programs Together
If you are searching for something to “do together” as your favorite way of reaching out to your someone, then a movie or an episode of a favorite program can be a low-key, relaxing way to spend a couple of hours together.
So what brings you to town? An unexpectedly risky question
Every once in a while, I travel to the small town where my husband is buried. Almost every visit means that in one place or another — a gas station, a bakery, a hotel, a shop — someone will ask me the question: So what brings you to town?
Continue reading So what brings you to town? An unexpectedly risky question