Nov 13, 2019
A few weeks ago, the Washington Nationals celebrated their first World Series Championship by having a parade. While the entire city was happy and festive and celebrating with the team, I was not.
In order to get to the World Series, the Nationals had to beat my home town team, the St. Louis Cardinals... and they beat...
Nov 6, 2019
As the calendar tuns to November, I am reminded that this is National Children's Grief Awareness Month. As such I wanted to call attention to an organization that is helping children deal with grief. This is extremely important to me as I lost my father when I was 10.
Rays of Hope Children’s Grief Centre is one of the...
Oct 30, 2019
As I prepare for an annual photography gig I have in the next few weeks I am reminded of just how similar putting the pieces back together after losing someone is just like putting together a photo shoot.
The event I'm photographing is an annual event I've done for 4 or 5 years now and even though it's different each...
Oct 23, 2019
I have been asked how I try to move forward as quickly after a loss.
I have learned ho to compartmentalize things in my life. to put things into categories and not let them interact with other. But in theis episode of the podcast I come face to face with the fact that doesn't always work.
Announcement: I have a new...
Oct 16, 2019
Sometimes when we lose a friend we are driven to write a song about them.
Rachel Leycroft began piano lessons at seven years old and found her voice through songwriting at thirteen. Her lyrics became her diary for expression and healing, rarely shared with anyone outside of her notebook pages & piano keys.