To the one in my life whose motto this could be, happy birthday and welcome to your part of the year: snow season.
Today I can’t stop watching this video and want to post it. So much rage; so much control. I’m more than willing to wait to hear what she has to say because I know there will be passion and thought going into it.
Ah ha ha ha! Poor worm, never saw it coming…
October 1 begins Walk Your Dog Week.
And guess who got to walk home to their yard with its brand new fence after a week at Chez Lynne?
Unless they’ve been soaked in bayou flood water.
Recently Lynne went on a business trip to San Francisco and picked up this button for me. It was from City Lights. On our one trip to San Francisco, Tom’s and my only chance to see the bookstore was in the middle of the night when it wasn’t open. Luckily Lynne also brought me another memento to add to my accidental book bag collection. Thanks, Lynne!
September 10 is World Suicide Prevention Day.
For more information about recognizing the risk factors and warning signs of suicide, please visit the American Association of Suicidology website. If you are struggling, please visit the Suicide Prevention Lifeline website. You can call 1-800-273-TALK (8255) and you’ll be connected to a skilled, trained counselor at a crisis center in your area, anytime 24/7.
Going through bins of old mementos and papers, I found cards and letters from Aaron both to me and to my mother. Post-flooding, my heart is not strong enough to read them right now. My home and heart will heal from the flood. My heart will always have broken places from losing and missing Aaron.
Please reach out for help if you need help.