Last weekend … a difficult one. Along with it being Mother’s Day, it was also Dad’s birthday. And yesterday was the anniversary of his death 2 years ago. A lot of weight to carry these past few days. Yet, as well last Sunday, my son and his family were out at the house for dinner. We collected rocks and built cairns in the backyard as memorial, enjoyed each other’s company and today the sun is shining, the air smells like lilacs and the dog is patiently (well … maybe not too patiently) waiting for me to post this blog so we can go to the park.
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