Monthly Archives: July 2014

George wants me to smile

For the last 3 and a half days I’ve been incredibly sick. Fevers hovering between 100.8-102.3, some serious stuff that have my organs working overtime. Which reminds me one of George’s favorite bands was XTC. Organs working overtime…senses working overtime. … Continue reading

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8 Months Widowed

Bodie was pressed against my chest this morning in just the most perfect and warm way. His head was resting on the pillow with mine, just underneath my chin and his soft fur around his ears brushed against my neck. … Continue reading

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Sweat the pain away

After my massive breakdown yesterday I woke up this morning with a heavy heart and desperately needed to occupy my mind. I mentioned bad decisions in my post yesterday and I’ve noticed a pattern… Not a pretty polka dot pattern … Continue reading

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Widow juxtaposition

As I’m trying to piece together this jigsaw puzzle that’s my life, and sometimes I insert pieces into the wrong spots and the image of what I hoped isn’t at all what appears in front of me. Or I built … Continue reading

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Who’s that girl?

I watched the US Men’s National Lacrosse gold medal game against Canada this afternoon and upon finishing it I decided to look at an old picture book I made for George. As I was thumbing through the pages so much … Continue reading

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