“I get knocked down, I get back up again, You’re never gonna keep me down…”, Chumbawumba… We’ve all lost people we love (or will, especially at our age 😉). I won’t mention the pandemic this time, who needs to? Each daily statistic represents someone’s personal grief. People are people, we live, we love, we die. … More The Gift of Grief
September always feels like the start of a new year to me. As does my birthday, in May: It’s the feel of a new season, new activities, fresh beginnings. It has never felt more like a new life than this closing of September of 2020 – the year we shall always reference by “before Covid, … More September 2020. Reset.
This is a post I wrote about Thanksgiving 2 years ago. And although in this year of 2020, it won’t be the same, for me and my family, there are similarities to our family traditions of having a different kind of Thanksgiving. It’s Thanksgiving weekend here in Canada. I recently read a “Psychology Today” article … More Thankful for Thanksgiving