Tag Archives: Grief

On the Move Again

I’m so grateful to all of you for sticking around for “the rest of the journey” and want to say, “Welcome!” to those of you who are newly joining us. It’s been quite the ride, I can assure you, and … Continue reading

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A Sad Farewell

It is with great sadness I share with you all that last night I lost sweet Connor Bo Bonnor. While he’d made a full recovery from his respiratory illness, a sudden onset of violent seizures, signaling a rapidly growing brain … Continue reading

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The Round Earth

I am writing from Puyallup, Washington on the Fourth of July. A friend and sorority sister from college days has basically adopted Connor and Beasley and me, bringing us into her lovely home and spoiling us rotten with comfy bed, … Continue reading

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Strawberry Fields Forever

Portland area folks, I’ll be doing a reading at Portland Community College Rock Creek Campus on Tuesday, June 27th at 2pm in the Women’s Resource Center. About 25 minutes or so, from the blog and the memoir-in-progress, and then Q … Continue reading

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Always Dreaming

SATURDAY: I am sitting on my bed in my studio apartment looking out the wide window that faces the beautifully luminous Mt. Shasta, just eight miles away from here. The mountain, still snow-covered, is actually made up of four volcanoes. Fumaroles … Continue reading

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