How To Use Humor

Many people think that there cannot possibly be anything to laugh about when you are grieving.  However, they are missing the extremely important function in how humor allows us to vent and it helps lessen our intense feelings. Humor can … Read More

iPhone 4

I purchased the iPhone 4 today.  It looked so easy when the kids use it but I’m already lost.  I can’t get the wireless to work, can’t do emails and the serial # is so small I’m not sure I’m … Read More

Well-Meaning Friends

Sometimes well-meaning friends stand by and attempt to comfort by saying things like: ” At least he didn’t suffer” or “Trust in God”.  These comments are meant to comfort you, but they are meaningless at this time because your pain … Read More

RBC,Royal Bank and Louise Thank You

There are times in your life when someone goes out of their way to help you. I want to thank Louise Romikat at RBC-Royal Bank at Lansdowne, Saint John 506-632-0780. Louise has supported my passion for helping other widows. She … Read More

Another Step Forward

This past weekend I cleaned out the storage shed at the cottage. For almost four years Donnie’s golf clubs and chain saw have been stored in that shed. It isn’t like I’m ever going to use either his clubs or … Read More

Friendships

Friendship is about reciprocal cherishing. To be a good friend you need to be able to receive loving care as well as give it. The essence of friendship is having a friend to work through your disappointments and help you … Read More

Have Faith

It doesn’t have to be a religious thing, but when you’re all alone you need something to hold onto. Because you don’t see God, you have to believe by faith. Sometimes when life kicks you to the curb, faith can … Read More

A Well-Lived Life

Some of the great ladies in my life are stressing themselves sick that they aren’t doing enough with their lives. Isn’t it crazy that the women who worry about this the most are usually the same women that are doing … Read More

Katherine Mansfield

“Make it a rule of life never to regret and never to look back. Regret is an appalling waste of energy: you can’t build on it; it’s only good for wallowing in.” Quote from Katherine Mansfield

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