Month: <span>February 2022</span>

The Shape of Her in Her

June 26, 2022 No Comments

Photos my own from this week by Lac Léman/Lake Geneva 27 February 2022 One of my favourite writing prompts in Megan Devine’s 30-day Writing Your Grief programme comes on Day 28. So close to the end, when much excavation of one’s ever-changing emotions, thoughts, feelings and sensations has already gone on. The prompt starts with […]

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Sometimes…

June 26, 2022 No Comments

Photos by me this weekend – the exact spot I was with Edward. I have one with him grinning widely. I cannot find it. For now. But I will. 20 February 2022 Sometimes when I come to reflect on what to write about each week, I just know. I know – yes – THIS is […]

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Creating the Community I Crave

June 26, 2022 1 Comment

13 February 2022 Photo of Gordon, Michelle & me at Soaring Spirits International’s Camp Widow, Toronto, November 2018 Back in the early days of widowing, as I heard the likes of Megan Devine talk about the importance of community, my reaction was something along the lines of “Hrrrmph”. I didn’t get it. I didn’t quite […]

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Throwing out decades of memories

June 26, 2022 8 Comments

Main image by Susan Q Yin on Unsplash 6 February 2022 Our house has long needed a lick of paint, new staining and varnish on wooden floors and stairs, mouldy patches on bathroom ceilings scraped off and refreshed with white paint, new lights/lighting, new curtains sewn so that they match better with whatever is around… […]

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