Re-Blogged from Healing Grief blog. Express Yourself Consider this to be sage advice and know that I too am still searching for that sweet-spot.
Taking the dogs out while it was still dark, I discovered it was a dreary, cold and rainy morning; so much so that I decided to make a bowl of Oatmeal for breakfast. Then, while perusing my “morning feeds,” I … Continue reading
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Tagged a life well-lived, Anniversaries, Funerals, grief, memories, mothers, okiewinegirl blog
Two years ago I first met Jeff Harbeson, “The Funeral Commander.” Since that chance meeting, I have come to appreciate him as a man, a visionary and a friend. There are remarkably few people that I really enjoy being around … Continue reading
It has been a while since I re-blogged Miss Lauren. I think she understands that her funeral directors license is a “Learners Permit” She’s learning.
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Tagged Aiken Bloggers, Aiken SC, being a funeral director., Columbia SC funeral homes, funeral directors license, grief, Lauren Polanski, Littlemissfuneral, Ray Visotski, SC Cremation Society, South Carolina Cremation & Burial Society
Earlier today, I received an e-mail from one of the members of my “Boy’s Club”. In his note note, he shared he was feeling a little down…maybe a lot down. It seems that in the last two months, he has … Continue reading
Posted in Coming Attractions, Uncategorized
Tagged Aiken Bloggers, Aiken Funeral Home, Aiken SC, fear of death, George Funeral Home & Cremation Center., grief, MASH, mourning, Ray Visotski, SC Cremation & Burial Society, St Thaddeus Episcopal Church, tempus fugit momento mori, Veterans Funeral Care
Back in March, 2011, I reported on the death of someone I considered a dear friend: Remembering A Friend At the end of that tribute, I make reference to a photo that I figured would turn up in a “few … Continue reading
Posted in I Found It.
Tagged Aiken Bloggers, Aiken SC, Columbia SC funeral homes, dealing with loss, George Funeral Home & Cremation Center., grief, Jimmy Evans, newt Gingrich, Ray Visotski, Remembering a Friend, SC Cremation & Burial Society, SC Politics