Monthly Archives: December 2014

Praises to God Despite a Year of Struggle

I really cannot say 2014 has been a banner year. ┬áIn fact, I am quite glad to bid it farewell. Someone told me today that he did not mind seeing 2014 fade away in his rear view mirror. Our family, … Continue reading

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First Christmas Without Mother

Tonight my wife and I visited Elaine while looking over old photographs and recounting happier days. In some ways seeing ourselves at different ages and sharing old memories proved bittersweet. Much has changed in all our lives again just over … Continue reading

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A Grief Contrasted

Before the birth of this blog, the grief of Elaine’s accident gripped our family with great shock and disbelief. A healthy sister became a quadriplegic, instantly confined to bed and later power chair. Presently over four years have passed, we … Continue reading

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