On Being a Disappointed Daughter

Back in September, I wrote a post that elicited an emotional response from a variety of readers. The current Blogging 101 course asked bloggers to tell us about their "dream reader". On Bloglovin, I am dabbling in the 31 days of better bogging challenge, which mirrors this assignment. I would like the share this again with all …

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Arlington Cemetary

Recognizing Your True Colors Temperament During the Grieving Process

  View of Washington Monument from Arlington Cemetery In 2014, our family lost my husband’s oldest brother to a sudden heart attack. Of course there was sadness, loss and regret for not being able to connect with him more often. As I sat in church today, I thought about how we grieve for our loved ones …

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