Tag Archives: emotions

Once More Back “Home”

“Home,” what a word that evokes so many thoughts of trauma, happy memories, and who can begin to explain how you’ll react. “Home” can be with newly found friends; or old pals from childhood or later years. “Home” can be … Continue reading

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Feelings of sorrow disconnect me from family and friends. Guilt and remorse haunt me from my time in Kuwait. Will I ever learn to thrive after all this pain and heartache? Can you hear my cry?

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My Collage 

A hodgepodge of photos in frames make up my collage My collection of memories haphazardly grouped together that make a statement of my life and family Joined together by love and memories Reflected in glass and time

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Too Close? Hmm…

When Dad died in 1995, Bernard Jr and I saw a counselor because my son was so hurt and angry at Dad for deserting him, and just couldn’t “process” all his conflicting emotions. The sessions were difficult to schedule and … Continue reading

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With pen in hand I sit here and force these jumbled emotions onto paper. Pain, fear, dissapointment, despair still haunt me since the news of Bernard Jr. and Alexa’s marriage demise. Was it just them? Was it me? How could this … Continue reading

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Yes Virginia, I Done Good

There are times in life when we all have doubts, and no one really can predict when that will happen. They can be little, like whether or not it will rain or catastrophic, like whether or not our sons and … Continue reading

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Sam Elliott?

Is that Sam Elliott I see On this Gulf Coast Cruise with me? The Sea Screamer bucks and rocks As we struggle to stay upright. “Sam” almost fell into my lap But was able to adjust. No one knew if … Continue reading

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