The hardest thing

By on November 29, 2016

On Thursday a new episode of the podcast will come out. Instead of asking the questions, this time I will be the one telling my story. I asked my talented friend Kelsey Dilts McGregor to help me and step in as the host for this episode. Towards the end of our conversation she asked me, Read More...


Dreaming of Eva

By on November 19, 2016

All my life I have had an active sleeping life. I’m a sleep talker. Former sleep walker. I do it nightly, sometimes multiple times a night. As a kid, and well into my teens, I walked in my sleep. When I was 15 my Dad built me a mezzanine floor in my bedroom. The mezzanine Read More...




No excuses: Imagine it

By on June 21, 2016

“I can’t imagine what you are going through…” It’s a phrase that every parent who has lost a child has heard multiple times. It’s meant well. The speaker wants to let the griever know that they recognise the magnitude of this loss. They’re trying to validate the griever’s feelings by showing how significant their feelings Read More...


Eva’s things

By on April 26, 2016

I did some clearing today. The day after Eva died, we put all her clothes in bags and cleared her room out so it could be used for her when she came back from the funeral home. Mercifully, I didn’t have to do this task at the time. Ess and Jay handled that for me. Read More...