• If These Walls Could Speak

    June 14, 2017

    [media-credit id=61 align=”alignleft” width=”233″][/media-credit] For any bereaved parent who has left the home they grieved in. I stand alone in the kitchen. The house is now empty. It’s currently early evening and it is still filled with light. It has always been so bright and cheery in here. The scene takes me back in memory…

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  • Choosing Joy

    February 1, 2014

    Guest Post By Malory Jimenez   Morning sunbeams light the room. I stir from my slumber. My eyes open slowly. My mind shifts from dreamland to reality. My senses awaken. The house is calm and quiet. The sounds of birds chirping fill my ears. They remind me of spring. Spring reminds me of her. I…

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  • Grief Reflections

    June 26, 2013

    Guest Post by Malory Jimenez “The bravest thing I ever did was continuing my life when I wanted to die.” -Juliette Lewis It has been 4 years since that shake of the head – the one that indicated, “no”, to my husband across the room and sent him into deep sobs. The doctor never could…

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