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Even Far Is Near

We’ve all heard the phrase, “You can run but you cannot hide.” I have found this to be true in my own experience when it comes to God’s presence. 645 more words

Spirituality

The Death You Die, When They Do.

Thanks to my oldest sister for finding this. I haven’t really met someone who completely understands what I am going through, and why I am the way I am now. 163 more words

Family

Dear Agony.

I feel like I have had this song on repeat for days. It completely describes my grief currently. The heavy oppressive weight that never seems to lighten. 203 more words

Family

March 3rd- Earth Spring - Chris Ritchey

These days of winter still linger outside the den window- snow still falling in March. The ground frozen- unyielding and yet below a small little bulb struggles to break through the hard coldness surrounding it. 358 more words

Chris Ritchey

Creating our own luck

Balance—that elusive entity that twists and turns and topples more than it should with a name like balance. It seems to always be out of my grasp; however, I recently learned you cannot… 139 more words

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what and why I blog

when I first started this blog life was as good as it could be given the circumstances, my Wife was alive and living with stage 4 lung cancer (Synovial Sarcoma), she was able bodied at first, and my blog reflected that, yes I was worried but not too concerned, so my posts were about stuff I had done in my life, sometimes boring sometimes funny, and food…oh how I do love food so I posted my favorite recipes. 995 more words

Blogs

i hope someone finds a cure for cancer

Not too long after Sawyer died, the spouses of 2 of my cousins were diagnosed with cancer.  One lost her battle 2 years ago… 168 more words

Grief