The pain has lasted through all the years... now, it's mixed with the grief of my child being gone... my child died. Tommy's gone. For now, I can't write anymore about this. I could never in a million years describe the pain inside ...
Trying to see, to know. Oh God, my son is dead. Is this really my son. She asked as she looked. Through a curtain of tears. Tommy! Tommy! Tommy! Please don't be gone. Come back, Tommy This hurts so bad.
My name is Robin Kellner. My daughter Zoe was a bright, beautiful delicious child. She grew into a vivacious teenager with tons of friends. She went off to college -- and began a struggle with drug abuse. At 22, she died at home in her bedroom. This is her story.
Amazing things about Google Earth - news, features, tips, technology, and applications...
If you've never seen the Google Earth Blog, this post is a good primer to the educational possibilities that this technology opens up to teachers. It is not just for geography teachers; it can be a visualization tool for any subject that has real-world applications that take place somewhere.
[This is just the best story going these days. I haven't linked to it yet because I figure everyone has seen it. However, just in case you haven't...]
John Unger often wades in the waters of Lake Superior, cradling his sick dog Schoep to help ease its arthritis pain. The touching photo of the sick 19-year-old dog and his best friend have attracted millions of views online and likely more than a tear or two from dog lovers. Schoep is named after a popular Wisconsin ice cream shop.
I remember... Grandma Alma got tears in her eyes, too. Grandma Alma, George.... true love if I ever saw it. No... their love wasn't full of glamorous things, lots of money, beautiful clothes, cars, people.
Ferrucci talks about how human beings are able to “resonate” with other human beings. I love this description. He tells us that the ability is with us from birth, but if it doesn’t develop sufficiently we are in trouble. I think the ability can be cultivated at any time in our lives. It’s certainly easier when we are younger, before we’ve had years of not resonating or not resonating well. But the ability is always there inside us, waiting to be tapped. I think the means is through storytelling. If you are ever feeling out of sorts, alone or untouched, try telling the story of something that has touched you.
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