Re-Shuffle Please

June 8th, 2012
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Alex Katz Painting
The amazing thing about grieving is that it blows all the unimportant stuff right out of the water.

When it happened to me, the contradictory feelings of grief immediately rearranged my priorities and what I once thought was important wasn’t anymore.  New stuff appeared at the top of my priorities list after my loss.  Things I thought were important suddenly didn’t matter, and other things I didn’t seem to have time for before, I now made time to do.

Life dramatically changed, life tragically changed and everything mixed together and changed its order.  Life re-shuffled.  I now

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Joan Rivers Grief Insight

April 24th, 2012
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Those who do not know how to weep with their whole heart don’t know how to laugh either”― Golda Meir Have you ever laughed so hard you started to cry or cried so hard you started to laugh? For me, I’m usually crying and then it somehow I’m laughing.  I’ve discovered there’s a thin line between the two and no one can tell you where and when one side is going to spill over into the other.  You don’t intend for this to happen but when it does, and it’s happened to most of us, the two emotions melt together… Read More