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Grief is the Price You Pay for Big Love

Moana is my favorite kids movie at this point in time. Most kids programing is painful garbage. But I can get down with the voyager princess. It could possibly also be that every time I watch that movie or hear a song from it, it reminds of my Nana. I love being given a reason […]

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Grief Tide

The Grief Tide   Grief tide… I watched my parents grieve a large amount of my childhood. From the day I was born until I was 16 years old, my Mom lost both her parents, two of her sisters, and her godson. My father lost his mother, best friend, and godson. In the early years […]

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Feelings and Seriousness Ah!

My Grandad died 7 years ago today. I was there when he died, at his house. My entire family was there, minus guardian angel Nana and Courto P who was traveling across Europe. After battling lung cancer the best he could, we knew it was coming. It was not a surprise.That day we all went […]

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Life is Funny, but Not Today

  I came home from work at 10 PM and climbed in my sons crib. I lay down with him. He opens a sleepy eye and smiles and says, “oh hi Mama.” Then curves his little body into mine. He could be an olympic level spooner. I rub my face into the back of his […]

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Happiness for Tough Days

  Life can get really hard sometimes. No amount of American lifestyle privilege can hide you from death. It’s what connects us all as human beings. Love, grief, sorrow, and excitement happens to every one. No matter what country you live in, gender you love, or your socioeconomic status. You will at some point feel […]

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