Sädé R.I.P.

The unexpected flavors of grief! This was the most difficult article to write, it has taken me six weeks  I do not wish to hear “I am sorry.” No one understands a person’s personal grieving. Grief is too intimate. Worse are those who immediately take away from the grieving person, with their own grueling stories. Listen…

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Death Never Takes A Holiday!

MicheleElys (!!!), as I answered my cell on Tuesday afternoon. Recognizing the heavy German accent, “MicheleElys, one of your horses is down! A neighbor has called me at work and said one of your horses is down!” My mood stood at a frantic anxious attention. “What do you mean? Is he sleeping, rolling, what? Which…

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Turn Off The Cell & Have a Human Experience

  Humans have one commonality we all will share in a lifetime: We all will die! Throughout life we will have; loved & hurt, have changed & grown, fallen & climbed back up, failed & learned; we will live. We come from different cultures, parents, education, small towns or distant lands, enjoying a variety of…

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Ode to Wiyaka’ska

Accepting life and death is often most troublesome in our short lives. Nevertheless essential. The Living are left with the “Grief.” Submerged deep is the melancholy and sorrow oft times may overpowers our senses. This is where humans and animals have choices; either to live through the bereavement and despair or collapse in despondency. Either way…

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