Love in the time of Coronavirus

I have been trying to write a blog entry for awhile now, but it has been really hard. These are some crazy times we live in. Not just crazy, actually. They are downright unbelievable. I sometimes do something else, watch a TV series or whatever, and get caught up in it, and then I come back to... Continue Reading →

Grief

Today during my commute time I was listening to an audiobook.  I'm not going to tell you which one because I don't want to give away any plot lines or anything, but as I was listening today a young man died.  He was put to death for a murder he didn't commit.  His family was... Continue Reading →

Sorrow and loss

This morning I was looking through some of my old writings, and I came across a poem I wrote a few years ago. I love poetry but don't write it often. Not suprisingly, this poem encompasses a couple of themes that seem to have made themselves the center of my heart's work over the years,... Continue Reading →

Music heals

I know the people who read my blog are interested in the subject of loss and grief. I know that people get inspiration from the fact that I have suffered some of the worst of these, and I am still alive. I get that inspiration from others as well, and so I thought I'd like... Continue Reading →

Endings and Beginnings

From the time when I was very young, I have had a sense of life as being a journey. There is a road we are on, and yes, I believe there is a destination we have to reach -- or maybe more like a series of destinations. Our destiny. It may be big or it... Continue Reading →

Minute by Minute

Today I was working on an application for a client, and I had to enter the date he had first entered the United States.  It was November 20, 1988 -- the day after Michaela was kidnapped.  I had to stop for a moment there, as I remembered that day and what it was like for... Continue Reading →

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