Wading Through Grief One Tear at a Time

Last night I saw my grandmother in my dreams (she passed away on October 5, 2013). I had moved to a new home and stood watching a honey-toned, elderly woman rock on a porch swing across the street. She looks like Grandma…wait, no, that’s her sister!  And when my dreamself realized that I had aContinue reading “Wading Through Grief One Tear at a Time”

Wiping Blood Off the Leaves

I kill green things. Under my care, plants eventually turn brown and brittle. One potted cilantro I bought lasted long enough for me to make one tasty batch of guacamole, and then the leaves wilted. It died within the week. I don’t know why my plants conk out on me. I may over or underContinue reading “Wiping Blood Off the Leaves”