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What we experienced was terrible, yet we had time to prepare. I can’t imagine how it would be had she been suddenly, violently killed.
My social media feeds are overrun with news of rallies to stand with Israel or with Gaza.
Not a single rally to stand with civilians.
The (most recent) paradox of grieving is that it leaves me completely drained, physically exhausted, and deeply insomniac.
Finished the last annual birthday letter and photo book to send to Rebecca’s birthmother. We thought we’d send them for many Junes to come.
@swissmiss I’ll never be able to forget them: https://secure.flickr.com/photos/meyerweb/14640955746/ … and https://secure.flickr.com/photos/meyerweb/14677524313/ …
It will come as little surprise to those who know me that I scheduled my emotional breakdown. It starts tomorrow.
Ordered 15 custom photo books; 14 were perfect, but one had our cover and someone else’s pages.
I hope nobody got our pages in their cover.
On the other hand, I found out Kay Warren and I feel very similarly, so there’s that: https://m.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=10152032456227569&id=105128507568&stream_ref=10 … (link via @anthonystauffer)
I keep wanting to apologize to Carolyn and Joshua. Not from guilt, but a profound regret that they experienced death so close, so young.
Much sorrow and anger. Trying to let go of the anger. Not easy right now, even though I know I have no right to it.
I have no idea if I’m making any sense. I’ve been getting less and less sleep recently; down to three hours last night.
One month. Thirty days. It feels like a lifetime and no time at all.
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