Browsing All posts tagged under »death«

“Perfection Adjacent”

April 3, 2012


Lawd. Have. Mercy. It’s over. Thank you Margieville, for the incredible and succinct description of my statistically insignificant completion. I don’t know if I’ve squeaked by with a B- (you brilliant thing you!) but I have most likely passed. And right now, that is all that matters. Never before have I  let those words escape […]

Giving Thanks

November 24, 2011


For all my life, I would like to give thanks. For the hard days that were sprinkled amidst the best, I would like to give thanks. For the tears that were shed, infrequently, and between laughter and joy, I would like to give thanks. For the family I once had, and the family I have […]

A Good Night for a Good Cause

March 30, 2011


In my last post, and for the past two weeks perhaps, I’ve been struggling with the idea of death, with the idea of life, with questions as to what constitutes “the good” in either case. There has also been some contemplation over choices in my past that could ultimately effect the future, and other future […]