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I said a few words, this morning, at the end of Pam’s funeral service. My plan was to share some thoughts with all the folks who were kind enough to come and to say goodbye to the wonderful woman we … Continue reading
To all you wonderful people: I spoke, this morning, with Mark Douglass of the Douglass Funeral Home in Lexington MA and, between the two of us, we hammered out arrangements for giving Pam her last goodbye.
To my wise, strong, beautiful Angelique: It seems, these days, that you and I can’t speak to each other for longer than a minute before one of us says something to upset the other. Everything between us is out of … Continue reading
It’s been five weeks since I’ve posted anything on this blog. Five weeks of silence on my part. It’s not as if there’s been nothing to write about. In fact, in those five weeks of silence there’s been constant change: … Continue reading
The sunset was just turning to dusk when I pulled into the driveway this evening; both Liqa and Pam were sitting on our back porch, enjoying the cool of a summer’s evening. Angelique, as is her custom, was thinking about … Continue reading
Yesterday, at about 2:30 am, our family was awakened by the sound of the doorbell ringing insistently. I managed to shake the sleep out of my body, check that Pam — lying next to me in the bed — was … Continue reading
I don’t know, maybe it’s a girl thing… Somehow our waiting area has been transformed into an Arts & Crafts activity room. I’m feeling hopelessly out of place. When she wakes up, I’m certain Pam will be very grateful to … Continue reading