Well, as promised last month, April showers have brought us May flowers. I’m sure you have noticed. May is here! May flowers bring about the need to share our love, especially with our moms, including those who represent motherhood, and those who have been life moms. If your mom is on the Other Side, she may
I for one couldn’t be happier as Spring and April are both now upon us. Yes, I am a serious gardener. While Passover has just been celebrated, I’m betting that many kids are getting excited about the coming of Easter. There may be family traditions of painting eggs, going on an Easter egg hunt, looking for candy,
I know I’m not the only one counting the days waiting for blossoms to bloom, while watching and waiting for the grass to turn green. As I perceive it, the Spring air is coming soon, and the temperature is getting warmer. Can you feel it? This is truly the season that we all restart the
Welcome to the Month of St. Valentine’s Day and Matters of the Heart Nowadays, there are so many books, podcasts, and articles being offered to the public about death, grief, loss, and matters of the heart. One of the most profound and significant needs written about during the current “pandemic” is a person’s not being
On this edition, Medium/Grief and Bereavement Expert Suzane Northrop.
I must say from connecting with so many of you during 2020, that we are all so ready for a new year! We gladly welcome the new vibration of 2021, a “5” universal year! During the 2020 “pandemic,” technology has really helped keep people connected and often saved the day for so many of us. However,
In December, so many people want to connect with their departed loved ones, also known as DPs (dead persons). Of course, there are issues and challenges involved in order to make that connection happen. I know all too well how this time of the year brings up feelings of memories of DPs whom we miss so much.
Each year as we approach the holidays, beginning with Thanksgiving, we take on a whole other way of giving thanks. This year we have so many people to thank during the lockdown phase. Those in the medical field, teachers, food providers, sanitation workers, police, firefighters, truck drivers, caretakers, and so many more who have given their