This abstracted fence combo of railroad ties, picket fence, and chainlink adorned the front of our North Carolina property for nearly 10 of the 12 years I’ve been here. It served a purpose: we had two dogs then and we were away in Maine six months of the year. It also allowed Scott’s imagination […]
Tag Archives: moving on from grief
Happy New Year! I’m only a little late in wishing all of you my best wishes. I’m a bit preoccupied lately. With what, you ask? With ghosts of past, present, and future me. The Ghost of Katy Past is reminiscing about a day five years ago in Goa that Scott and I shared our […]
“Believe your heart. Believe in yourself. You are on the right path. You are love and you are loved. Never forget.” I offer this to my readers as confirmation that there is more to this life than appears at first glance. This week I consulted grief counselor / psychic Vincent Genna in Raleigh for the […]
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