Monthly Archives: October 2015

The happiest day of my life

There has never been a more picturesque Connecticut Fall day since October 19, 2013. The sun was shining, and the cumulus clouds hung low and looked like huge cotton balls. The trees were sprinkled with multitudes of colors ranging from … Continue reading

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Three things I love in Nashville

My grief has been bubbling to the surface more, and I know it’s because I’m entering that stretch of time where I remember the days leading to George’s death. My wedding reception is October 19th and I still remember the … Continue reading

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First of many

The other day I was day dreaming about my upcoming birthday. In less than a month I’ll be entering my third decade. George said he would throw me a big party for my 30th. I miss him a lot. He … Continue reading

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Shadows chasing shadows

I can feel my grief in my muscles. The aches and tightness in my legs are constant reminders of the sadness that creeps into some of my days. I still find my release in fitness, and I grieve more some … Continue reading

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