Posts Tagged ‘grandparents’

Bittersweet

Tuesday, April 8th, 2008

Today is the day I’ve been waiting for… almost. Kind of. Today, the last of The Company flies home. And tomorrow I will revel in the fact that I have my house back. Tomorrow I will come home from work and eat what I want, without worrying about making a good impression. Tomorrow I will […]

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A Eulogy

Wednesday, May 16th, 2007

I’ve been wanting to write this here for a while.  But it’s long and it never seemed the right time, until now. My mother and I went to Church together this past Mother’s Day weekend, which is a rare treat because we hardly ever make the same Mass.  She sat beside me during the homily […]

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Remembering…

Thursday, November 23rd, 2006

Thanksgiving is supposed to about family.  And food.  And laughter and joy and wonderful things. It’s not supposed to be this. Thanksgiving is not supposed to be sitting on a cold, hard pew in an empty funeral home.  My brothers are sitting beside me, too young to grasp how wrong this all is. Family.  And […]

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