Closing the loop with grief. The P’s of dying pile up – the first six P’s from my mom, the last two from others: Pillow, pills, pee, poop, pain, phone + pistol and peace. Now we deal with Parting. As an experienced observing participant, parting offers a re-entry atmosphere of connection, exhaustion, awkwardness, ambivalence, busyness, reminiscence, and loneliness. I’m hoping next week to focus on a different topic in my post. Thanks to those of you who have shared this journey with us and commented. Living and parting go together. Oh, ma.
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