The Day After Christmas

Cynthia L. Eppley 01/03/2022 “Greeting cards have all been sent The Christmas rush is through But I still have one wish to make: A special one for you….” Merry Christmas, Darling This song was first recorded by the Carpenters in 1970. It is still popular 50 years later. And we can see why: haunting melody, heartfelt emotive vocals. And certainly, a message forContinue reading “The Day After Christmas”

Snowmelt

Cynthia L. Eppley   03/09/2021 Slip Sliding Away Many of you know that we have a dog, Ella. And Ella needs walked about 4 times each day. I’ve noticed several things on my most recent walks, as they have been complicated by snow and ice. Snowmelt The snow is beautiful, isn’t it?But it begins toContinue reading “Snowmelt”

Grief 102

Cynthia L. Eppley, MA Grief 102 In a previous post, I explored the different parts of the Grief Cycle and how we process through it. But I’m feeling pretty lousy, and I don’t know why. Grief affects us physically, emotionally, and spiritually. It is the emotional response to loss. And earlier we discussed just howContinue reading “Grief 102”

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