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Tag Archives: losing a sister
Grief and Grieving
A blog post about sadness and loss of a loved one. Continue reading
Marked by years That pass too soon Counted by heartbeats And measured by tears If I could If I held the power I would stall time So this day would never come Losing you Was hard Is hard Will always … Continue reading
Dear Ovarian Cancer…
A open letter to ovarian cancer. Continue reading
Posted in Life on the Concord River Tagged cancer, coping with grief, death, death of a sibling, death of a sister, grief and grieving, grief and mourning, hospice, losing a loved one, losing a loved one to cancer, losing a sister, losing someone to cancer, mourning, mourning and loss, on grief and grieving, ovarian cancer, ovations for the cure, sibling loss, tinthia clemant Leave a comment
Summer 2020: Don’t let the door hit you…
I may be in the minority, and that’s perfectly okay, but I am NOT sad to see Summer 2020 hit the road. In fact, if it would have helped, I was available to help pack its bags. Continue reading
Posted in Life on the Concord River Tagged animals of the Concord River, Autumn 2020, birds, black lab dogs, blog about being a single woman, COVID-19, death and COVID-19, ducks and wildlife blogs, ducks on the Concord River, grateful, living alone, losing a sister, nature blogs, pets and animals, single and surviving, single woman blog, songbirds of New England, Summer 2020, wildlife blog, wildlife photography Leave a comment
Time and tide wait for no man.
Nor do they wait for an elderly woman in her sixties who’s recovering from hip surgery and grieving over losing her sister. Three months have passed since Dyan’s death. It seems like eons since I last spoke to her, damn … Continue reading