Death is a Touchstone

“A soon as we notice that certain types of events "like" to cluster together at certain times, we begin to understand the attitude of the Chinese, whose theories of medicine, philosophy, and even building are based on a "science" of meaningful coincidences. The classical Chinese texts did not ask what causes what, but rather what "likes" to occur with what.” --M.L....more

I Did Not Seek it Out

"Beware of those who weep with realization, for they have realized nothing." -Carlos Casteneda...more

Remembering My Mother

Remembering My Mother Do you believe in angels? I do!...more

Murder and Forgiveness

For now we see in a mirror...more
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Fears- we all have them

I’ve been sorta mia on my blog, we have been keeping busy and enjoying everyday… And then hear I go and get all negative with you but thought this was a perfect time to talk to you about my biggest fear. Anyone else think there should be a news channel that only reports on uplifting topics?!!...more

Thanking God for Death

Welp, it’s that time of year. Thanksgiving. Believe it or not, there are people who actually focus on what they’re thankful for, more than what’s on the menu  As I’ve grown older, and experienced the good, bad, and ugly of life, I have learned, and I’m STILL learning how to be thankful for EVERYTHING. Even death....more

When The Death of A Parent Destroys A Family

The death of a parent is one of the hardest things you will ever go through. To lose someone who has been there for you your whole life is devastating. I don't think you can ever be prepared for it....more

Helping Others Through Grief

 Father’s Day is such a difficult time for me…even still.My Dad died July 20th 2003 and sometimes, it’s still so very painful.  Even though we had 5 months to prepare for his death and we knew he was/is much better off, being without him was far more painful than anything I had ever experienced....more

Who walked here once?

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Seasons

One of my favorite things about living in Northern Utah is getting to experience four distinct seasons. Winter, Spring, Summer, and my favorite season of all…Fall. I have many fond memories of Fall seasons throughout my life; including meeting my husband in the Fall (at a Halloween party, actually), and we got engaged in the Fall two years later. [click to continue reading]...more