Tag Archives: Grief

Two Years On the Road

So here we are at the two year mark…. Where are you going? Where are you going? Can you take me with you? For my hand is cold And needs warmth Where are you going? I packed this difficult week … Continue reading

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A Year and Change

Another May Eve and May Day have come and gone. Last May dawned clear and bright as I joined my team for the first time. This May Day didn’t so much dawn as it did lighten the rain clouds slightly. … Continue reading

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How You Dance With It

We danced the last stand of the 2013 season yesterday the the New England Folk Festival. Why the last stand of 2013 you ask? Because Cotswold Morris is a May thing, and it isn’t May yet, of course. My brother … Continue reading

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The Last 500 Days

I have had this mental image building ever since I found that card in the basement, linking me back to the very beginning of our time together as I cleaned up the last debris of that time. It came into … Continue reading

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The Final Gift

It’s finally done.  I packed up the last straggling stuff heading for the condo into a truck and left Cherry Lane for the last time at 11pm on a Sunday. The sale closed last week. The weekend before we had a … Continue reading

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Ghosts of Christmas Past

Again at Christmas did we weave   The holly round the Christmas hearth;   The silent snow posses’d the earth, And calmly fell our Christmas-eve.   The yule log sparkled keen with frost,   No wing of wind the region … Continue reading

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The Longest Night

I spent much of the weekend with friends celebrating the Solstice. On Friday one of the small local hill towns had their annual bonfire with singing, stories, and a little dance out on their common, and then most people headed back … Continue reading

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