Monthly Archives: June 2012

Month: June 2012 So you’re addicted. Now, what?

When the day of my turning point came, I wouldn’t have been more stunned had a wrecking ball come swinging into my kitchen window.  I’m now not so sure if it was the actual event or the combination of that and a heartrending revelation and my subsequent overwhelming grief that I’d squandered precious time — for years — continue reading

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Month: June 2012 Make no provision for the flesh

Lots of times, when a story is told, readers are left wondering: what happened?  This is especially true when specific or pertinent details are intentionally omitted (especially when the topic is of a more sensitive nature or where others are involved and wouldn’t be well served by the telling). But this blog entry is just a continuation of continue reading

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Month: June 2012 Things happen; and life goes on.

I thought I’d sort of continue on from where I left off yesterday (and then life goes on).  Things happen; usually a bunch of things have to happen in order to arrest our attention – unless someone yells, Fire! or someone comes in bloody or the phone rings in the middle of the night.  Those things get out continue reading

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Month: June 2012 And then life goes on.

In the midst of a transition, it’s really hard sometimes to see that things are ever going to change — be any different — than they are today.  It’s hard to see past today sometimes.  Well, actually, it’s hard to see past the moment sometimes.  I’ve found this to be true so many times — and, like most continue reading

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