Tag Archive: Death

Is This How Ghost Stories Begin?

Everything I am about to tell you is completely true. Some of the older residents of my apartment building like to tell stories about the people who have died here. One person was young and died suddenly for reasons that I’ve never been able to tease out. There is a hush that comes over the conversation when…






The Right Way to Grieve

The last two years have seen several deaths in our extended families. I haven’t blogged about any of them until now for many different reasons: my strong preference for privacy in certain areas of my life; I wasn’t sure what to say about them; other topics seemed more pressing. The first person I remember grieving over was my…






Death and Winter

See more at CollegeHumor The middle of February is the deadest time of the year. Most years those of us living in temperate continental climates have been slogging through cold and slush for two months and have four, six or more weeks left of it. Even the most stubborn trees have been stripped of their…






The Deconversion Guide: Illness and Death

Part four of the series. Click here for part three. Today’s topic: chronic illness and death. As I don’t have a chronic illness I’ve asked a few blogging friends for advice.  A little later on in this post I’ll talk about my experiences as a family member of someone with longterm health problems. Chronic Illness…






Celebrating Osama’s Death

As you talk about this news, I hope you will consider how your response can counter rather than reinforce the cycles of violence that spin around us. And please God, help us bring healing beauty to the ugliness of violence in whatever small way we can. Today.











Tag Archive: Death

Is This How Ghost Stories Begin?

Everything I am about to tell you is completely true. Some of the older residents of my apartment building like to tell stories about the people who have died here. One person was young and died suddenly for reasons that I’ve never been able to tease out. There is a hush that comes over the conversation when…






The Right Way to Grieve

The last two years have seen several deaths in our extended families. I haven’t blogged about any of them until now for many different reasons: my strong preference for privacy in certain areas of my life; I wasn’t sure what to say about them; other topics seemed more pressing. The first person I remember grieving over was my…






Death and Winter

See more at CollegeHumor The middle of February is the deadest time of the year. Most years those of us living in temperate continental climates have been slogging through cold and slush for two months and have four, six or more weeks left of it. Even the most stubborn trees have been stripped of their…






The Deconversion Guide: Illness and Death

Part four of the series. Click here for part three. Today’s topic: chronic illness and death. As I don’t have a chronic illness I’ve asked a few blogging friends for advice.  A little later on in this post I’ll talk about my experiences as a family member of someone with longterm health problems. Chronic Illness…






Celebrating Osama’s Death

As you talk about this news, I hope you will consider how your response can counter rather than reinforce the cycles of violence that spin around us. And please God, help us bring healing beauty to the ugliness of violence in whatever small way we can. Today.











Tag Archive: Death

Is This How Ghost Stories Begin?

Everything I am about to tell you is completely true. Some of the older residents of my apartment building like to tell stories about the people who have died here. One person was young and died suddenly for reasons that I’ve never been able to tease out. There is a hush that comes over the conversation when…






The Right Way to Grieve

The last two years have seen several deaths in our extended families. I haven’t blogged about any of them until now for many different reasons: my strong preference for privacy in certain areas of my life; I wasn’t sure what to say about them; other topics seemed more pressing. The first person I remember grieving over was my…






Death and Winter

See more at CollegeHumor The middle of February is the deadest time of the year. Most years those of us living in temperate continental climates have been slogging through cold and slush for two months and have four, six or more weeks left of it. Even the most stubborn trees have been stripped of their…






The Deconversion Guide: Illness and Death

Part four of the series. Click here for part three. Today’s topic: chronic illness and death. As I don’t have a chronic illness I’ve asked a few blogging friends for advice.  A little later on in this post I’ll talk about my experiences as a family member of someone with longterm health problems. Chronic Illness…






Celebrating Osama’s Death

As you talk about this news, I hope you will consider how your response can counter rather than reinforce the cycles of violence that spin around us. And please God, help us bring healing beauty to the ugliness of violence in whatever small way we can. Today.











Tag Archive: Death

Is This How Ghost Stories Begin?

Everything I am about to tell you is completely true. Some of the older residents of my apartment building like to tell stories about the people who have died here. One person was young and died suddenly for reasons that I’ve never been able to tease out. There is a hush that comes over the conversation when…






The Right Way to Grieve

The last two years have seen several deaths in our extended families. I haven’t blogged about any of them until now for many different reasons: my strong preference for privacy in certain areas of my life; I wasn’t sure what to say about them; other topics seemed more pressing. The first person I remember grieving over was my…






Death and Winter

See more at CollegeHumor The middle of February is the deadest time of the year. Most years those of us living in temperate continental climates have been slogging through cold and slush for two months and have four, six or more weeks left of it. Even the most stubborn trees have been stripped of their…






The Deconversion Guide: Illness and Death

Part four of the series. Click here for part three. Today’s topic: chronic illness and death. As I don’t have a chronic illness I’ve asked a few blogging friends for advice.  A little later on in this post I’ll talk about my experiences as a family member of someone with longterm health problems. Chronic Illness…






Celebrating Osama’s Death

As you talk about this news, I hope you will consider how your response can counter rather than reinforce the cycles of violence that spin around us. And please God, help us bring healing beauty to the ugliness of violence in whatever small way we can. Today.











Tag Archive: Death

Is This How Ghost Stories Begin?

Everything I am about to tell you is completely true. Some of the older residents of my apartment building like to tell stories about the people who have died here. One person was young and died suddenly for reasons that I’ve never been able to tease out. There is a hush that comes over the conversation when…






The Right Way to Grieve

The last two years have seen several deaths in our extended families. I haven’t blogged about any of them until now for many different reasons: my strong preference for privacy in certain areas of my life; I wasn’t sure what to say about them; other topics seemed more pressing. The first person I remember grieving over was my…






Death and Winter

See more at CollegeHumor The middle of February is the deadest time of the year. Most years those of us living in temperate continental climates have been slogging through cold and slush for two months and have four, six or more weeks left of it. Even the most stubborn trees have been stripped of their…






The Deconversion Guide: Illness and Death

Part four of the series. Click here for part three. Today’s topic: chronic illness and death. As I don’t have a chronic illness I’ve asked a few blogging friends for advice.  A little later on in this post I’ll talk about my experiences as a family member of someone with longterm health problems. Chronic Illness…






Celebrating Osama’s Death

As you talk about this news, I hope you will consider how your response can counter rather than reinforce the cycles of violence that spin around us. And please God, help us bring healing beauty to the ugliness of violence in whatever small way we can. Today.











Tag Archive: Death

Is This How Ghost Stories Begin?

Everything I am about to tell you is completely true. Some of the older residents of my apartment building like to tell stories about the people who have died here. One person was young and died suddenly for reasons that I’ve never been able to tease out. There is a hush that comes over the conversation when…






The Right Way to Grieve

The last two years have seen several deaths in our extended families. I haven’t blogged about any of them until now for many different reasons: my strong preference for privacy in certain areas of my life; I wasn’t sure what to say about them; other topics seemed more pressing. The first person I remember grieving over was my…






Death and Winter

See more at CollegeHumor The middle of February is the deadest time of the year. Most years those of us living in temperate continental climates have been slogging through cold and slush for two months and have four, six or more weeks left of it. Even the most stubborn trees have been stripped of their…






The Deconversion Guide: Illness and Death

Part four of the series. Click here for part three. Today’s topic: chronic illness and death. As I don’t have a chronic illness I’ve asked a few blogging friends for advice.  A little later on in this post I’ll talk about my experiences as a family member of someone with longterm health problems. Chronic Illness…






Celebrating Osama’s Death

As you talk about this news, I hope you will consider how your response can counter rather than reinforce the cycles of violence that spin around us. And please God, help us bring healing beauty to the ugliness of violence in whatever small way we can. Today.











Tag Archive: Death

Is This How Ghost Stories Begin?

Everything I am about to tell you is completely true. Some of the older residents of my apartment building like to tell stories about the people who have died here. One person was young and died suddenly for reasons that I’ve never been able to tease out. There is a hush that comes over the conversation when…






The Right Way to Grieve

The last two years have seen several deaths in our extended families. I haven’t blogged about any of them until now for many different reasons: my strong preference for privacy in certain areas of my life; I wasn’t sure what to say about them; other topics seemed more pressing. The first person I remember grieving over was my…






Death and Winter

See more at CollegeHumor The middle of February is the deadest time of the year. Most years those of us living in temperate continental climates have been slogging through cold and slush for two months and have four, six or more weeks left of it. Even the most stubborn trees have been stripped of their…






The Deconversion Guide: Illness and Death

Part four of the series. Click here for part three. Today’s topic: chronic illness and death. As I don’t have a chronic illness I’ve asked a few blogging friends for advice.  A little later on in this post I’ll talk about my experiences as a family member of someone with longterm health problems. Chronic Illness…






Celebrating Osama’s Death

As you talk about this news, I hope you will consider how your response can counter rather than reinforce the cycles of violence that spin around us. And please God, help us bring healing beauty to the ugliness of violence in whatever small way we can. Today.











Tag Archive: Death

Is This How Ghost Stories Begin?

Everything I am about to tell you is completely true. Some of the older residents of my apartment building like to tell stories about the people who have died here. One person was young and died suddenly for reasons that I’ve never been able to tease out. There is a hush that comes over the conversation when…






The Right Way to Grieve

The last two years have seen several deaths in our extended families. I haven’t blogged about any of them until now for many different reasons: my strong preference for privacy in certain areas of my life; I wasn’t sure what to say about them; other topics seemed more pressing. The first person I remember grieving over was my…






Death and Winter

See more at CollegeHumor The middle of February is the deadest time of the year. Most years those of us living in temperate continental climates have been slogging through cold and slush for two months and have four, six or more weeks left of it. Even the most stubborn trees have been stripped of their…






The Deconversion Guide: Illness and Death

Part four of the series. Click here for part three. Today’s topic: chronic illness and death. As I don’t have a chronic illness I’ve asked a few blogging friends for advice.  A little later on in this post I’ll talk about my experiences as a family member of someone with longterm health problems. Chronic Illness…






Celebrating Osama’s Death

As you talk about this news, I hope you will consider how your response can counter rather than reinforce the cycles of violence that spin around us. And please God, help us bring healing beauty to the ugliness of violence in whatever small way we can. Today.