Monthly Archives: February 2011

Chapter 13 — Runaway

In the first month after Ron’s death, I walked through the empty days without being able to tell at day’s end where I had begun and where ended.  All the busyness of the funeral that helped stave off the reality … Continue reading

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Chapter 12 — Nothing More We Can Do

  February, 2007.   There was nothing more the hospital could do for Ron.  We contacted hospice, as the medical people had been urging us to do.  We learned that if he went into hospice, there could be no attempted rehabilitation, … Continue reading

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Chapter 11 — Superwoman is Away From Her Desk Right Now

I believe Greta  understood that Ron wasn’t home.   Someday, when they find a way to translate English into Dog,  I’ll explain that her play times became shorter and I left her alone longer because I needed to be  with him … Continue reading

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Chapter 10 — Where Is Away?

  December 2006 rolled into January 2007.  Ron  was still seeing a few clients.  He admitted it took all he had to continue working with them, but you don’t walk away lightly from a career that has given meaning to … Continue reading

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