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Gym Junkie

For two years after my daughter died, I drank every night. I hardly had an alcohol free night during that time. I wouldn’t drink bottle after bottle of wine but I did drink at least two glasses, if not more, … Continue reading

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Humankind cannot bear very much reality – T S Eliot

There is another reality out there. There must be. It is a reality in which my daughter exists. I search for this reality. I catch fleeting glimpses as it rushes past the kitchen window or runs across the backyard. If … Continue reading

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Lalomanu

Following the death of our daughter, my husband turned to poetry. He self-published this book and now it is available to read online: http://issuu.com/grievingfather/docs/lalomanu He has written other poetry since and I intend to write another post on his poetry … Continue reading

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The Engulfing Nightmare

Horror in Montalbano (courtesy of wiki commons) Once upon a time, someone asked me how I was. In return, I asked, “How do you think I am?” She answered, “You live in my worst nightmare”. And she is right. My … Continue reading

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