“We’ve triggered the evacuation from Kyiv,” he said, entering the kitchen, “I’m going to Lviv, you’re leaving the country—no arguments!” My husband told me to finish packing my ‘go’ bag – we had packed two small carry-on suitcases a few weeks earlier ‘just in case’. “I’ve got work to do.” He gave me a kiss. And with that, he headed to his home office to get online.
Today I lost one of my dearest friends. It doesn’t matter that he was several decades older. In truth, he was younger than I. John Nason was perhaps the most vibrant and alive person I ever knew. He filled a room with his booming voice, wicked wit, and […]
Merry Christmas and Happy Hanukkah every one! As dreidels are being played with and menorah lights sparkle in Jewish homes around the world, Christians are putting up trees. I thought I’d give you my 17 essential tree decorating tips and tell you all about how a little old […]
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I really wanted this one to have a happy ending. Dang. Love and light to Sharon and her friend’s family.
Thanks for stopping by Terri. Yes, I wanted a happy ending here, too. So very sad.