Category Archives: My Girls

For Tara

The prophet Isaiah spoke of one who was “acquainted with grief.” Unfortunately, for some grief is less a mere acquaintance and more an unwelcome associate, an unbidden sojourner that can’t be shaken. My sister Tara is one such individual. Our … Continue reading

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And I Did Not Know It

Tomorrow is the 15th anniversary of my Mother’s death. I honestly can’t summon up the energy to write a fitting tribute for her as I’ve done in years’ past. (I’ve already written tributes to her here and here.) I just … Continue reading

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Remembering You

Today marks the 14th anniversary of my Mother’s death. I don’t really have time for a full length post to remember her (for those, click here and here). But today I will quietly reflect on the life of my sweet … Continue reading

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My Girls: Sunny Anne

Last year I did a series of posts entitled Another Man where I reminisced about the most important male influences in my life. I’ve been wanting to do a similar series about the women in my life, and what better … Continue reading

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My Girls: For Mom

A few months back, I did a series entitled Another Man where I delineated the 5 most influential men in my life. That series arose from a quote I read that said for a boy to grow into a man … Continue reading

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