Tag Archives: Grief Loss and Bereavement

A Rocky Mountain Lullaby (For Dillon), by @jackaurquhart

©2013 by Jack A. Urquhart     (1115 words) September 17, 2013 Dear Dillon, Dear Son, I have been thinking about your early years, trying to remember some of the salient moments of your childhood, events that seem conspicuous in terms of … Continue reading

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One Month, by @jackaurquhart

©2013 by Jack A. Urquhart, 680 words September 2, 2013 Dear Dillon, Dear Son, It is one month today since you left us, since you died in a Seattle hospital with your mother and I standing at your bedside.  Oh … Continue reading

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Remembrance of Things Recurring

Yesterday I missed an anniversary.  No matter that it wasn’t mine, nor even the kind of anniversary that some folks would choose to commemorate.  Still, I wish I had—remembered it, that is.  Somebody besides my partner, RLB, and a handful … Continue reading

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