Children and Suicide

While I've been thinking about this post for a while, I'm just now getting around to writing it. On September 29th, 2018, myself, Luke, Gwendolyn, my mother-in-law and a friend participated in Detroit's Annual Out of The Darkness walk for suicide awareness. To see how many people were affected by suicide and mental illness was... Continue Reading →

The Sense of Smell (Written 1/21/2018)

I read somewhere that scientifically, the sense of smell is the strongest trigger for memory, and memories are all I have now. The smell of spearmint, the smell that used to fill the bathroom after he showered because of the shampoo he used. Or the attractive musky smell of Old Spice Krakengard or Swagger. Or... Continue Reading →

Some Catching Up To Do

I've actually been writing for quite some time and as of today, decided to share my writings via blog. Today marks the forth month since Sean's death so I suppose I'm channeling my feelings into doing something productive/distracting myself. This was the first thing I'd written since Sean died. It was written on 1/2/2017 just... Continue Reading →

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