Monthly Archives: November 2014

Dealing with grief

I really wanted to muster up a poignant post as I head into this anniversary of George’s death. But I think throughout the course of the year, with what I’ve learned and how to deal with grief would be more … Continue reading

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Broken sleep

Today is the death anniversary. I woke up a couple times in the middle of the night. Once I was really confused where I was. Probably because I’m at my parents house right now, and the second time was right … Continue reading

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Last Kiss

Last year on this day, George slipped into a coma. The last time he would kiss me back and respond to me was today. I’ve been thinking about how sweet he was even until the end. I would ask him … Continue reading

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What’s worse?

Ive been thinking a lot about what’s the worse thing Ive had to go through: watching George die or having him die. I waiver between the two but I think watching his demise takes for the worst thing I’ve had … Continue reading

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The Ransom

In 7 days George dies. My world froze in time and a geyser of misery erupted. The pain and disorientation consumed my days and left me trying to stanch the flow in any way possible. So much so that I did … Continue reading

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