Monthly Archives: April 2016

The grave cannot silence my husband’s voice

I know last week’s blog “Letters from the heart led me back to camp” was difficult for some of you to read. The letters were difficult for me to write at the time, and difficult for me to share even now. The emotions were raw and real and from my heart. They also beautifully reflected […]

Letters from the heart led me back to camp

A few months into my grief counseling, it became obvious that the idea of going to camp alone terrified me. So my counselor gave me an assignment: Write a letter from my perspective to my husband Jim, who died of pancreatic cancer in December 2010, about going to camp for the first time without him; […]