Monthly Archives: July 2015

Hug the one you’re with

This afternoon I stood in a cemetery and watched my high school classmate bury her child.  Shane was in his early 20s. He had a twin sister and a younger brother. Just a few weeks ago his parents were thrilled to watch him graduate from medical school, and the Facebook photos show his Mom and Dad beaming with pride, arms draped around their handsome boy. But today their arms were draped around each other, their faces blank, their eyes puffy. … Continue reading

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