Month: April 2017


There is a deep sense of longing that fills the heart of a grievingĀ mother. Try as I may, to bring joy to this brokenness, but there is no mending or puttingĀ the pieces back together. From the eyes, creeps a blank stare, as those voices around me speak, and my ears hear the laughter in the

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Giving meaning to her death

Anonymous………………. My husband and I loved our niece like a daughter. A very confused, troubled daughter. Ericka had seen things as a child that I know affected her behavior as an adult. She always put on a happy face, though. Everyone who met her commented on how sweet, polite, and effervescent she was. But, we

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