Browsing Archive: April, 2013

Bad Backs

Posted by Karen Hessen on Friday, April 19, 2013, In : Doug 
I will probably never be allowed to forget that while I was in Colorado attending the "Writing for the Soul" conference, my husband, Doug, fell and herniated a disc in his back. My being home would not have changed the reality one bit, but, oh well.., I did have a very good time, so I am willing to shoulder a little misplaced blame. I will not, however, accept any guilt. 

So, after eight weeks of unfathomable pain, Doug has had his disc removed and is now comfortably pain free, at home.

Doug is...
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Grieving for My "Kidney Friends"

Posted by Karen Hessen on Wednesday, April 10, 2013, In : grief 
I have two women friends of long-standing - women I raised my children with. The three of us have four children, no twins, that our forty years old. I call these women, "My Kidney Friends," because I believe we care enough for each to give up one of our kidneys should one of us need it. We have laughed, cried, prayed, cooked, dieted, worked, played, cleaned, and worshiped together. We have rafted a class IV river and pulled enough weeds to earn the fees for the rafting trip. These women were ...
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Browsing Archive: April, 2013

Bad Backs

Posted by Karen Hessen on Friday, April 19, 2013, In : Doug 
I will probably never be allowed to forget that while I was in Colorado attending the "Writing for the Soul" conference, my husband, Doug, fell and herniated a disc in his back. My being home would not have changed the reality one bit, but, oh well.., I did have a very good time, so I am willing to shoulder a little misplaced blame. I will not, however, accept any guilt. 

So, after eight weeks of unfathomable pain, Doug has had his disc removed and is now comfortably pain free, at home.

Doug is...
Continue reading ...
 

Grieving for My "Kidney Friends"

Posted by Karen Hessen on Wednesday, April 10, 2013, In : grief 
I have two women friends of long-standing - women I raised my children with. The three of us have four children, no twins, that our forty years old. I call these women, "My Kidney Friends," because I believe we care enough for each to give up one of our kidneys should one of us need it. We have laughed, cried, prayed, cooked, dieted, worked, played, cleaned, and worshiped together. We have rafted a class IV river and pulled enough weeds to earn the fees for the rafting trip. These women were ...
Continue reading ...
 
 

Browsing Archive: April, 2013

Bad Backs

Posted by Karen Hessen on Friday, April 19, 2013, In : Doug 
I will probably never be allowed to forget that while I was in Colorado attending the "Writing for the Soul" conference, my husband, Doug, fell and herniated a disc in his back. My being home would not have changed the reality one bit, but, oh well.., I did have a very good time, so I am willing to shoulder a little misplaced blame. I will not, however, accept any guilt. 

So, after eight weeks of unfathomable pain, Doug has had his disc removed and is now comfortably pain free, at home.

Doug is...
Continue reading ...
 

Grieving for My "Kidney Friends"

Posted by Karen Hessen on Wednesday, April 10, 2013, In : grief 
I have two women friends of long-standing - women I raised my children with. The three of us have four children, no twins, that our forty years old. I call these women, "My Kidney Friends," because I believe we care enough for each to give up one of our kidneys should one of us need it. We have laughed, cried, prayed, cooked, dieted, worked, played, cleaned, and worshiped together. We have rafted a class IV river and pulled enough weeds to earn the fees for the rafting trip. These women were ...
Continue reading ...
 
 

Browsing Archive: April, 2013

Bad Backs

Posted by Karen Hessen on Friday, April 19, 2013, In : Doug 
I will probably never be allowed to forget that while I was in Colorado attending the "Writing for the Soul" conference, my husband, Doug, fell and herniated a disc in his back. My being home would not have changed the reality one bit, but, oh well.., I did have a very good time, so I am willing to shoulder a little misplaced blame. I will not, however, accept any guilt. 

So, after eight weeks of unfathomable pain, Doug has had his disc removed and is now comfortably pain free, at home.

Doug is...
Continue reading ...
 

Grieving for My "Kidney Friends"

Posted by Karen Hessen on Wednesday, April 10, 2013, In : grief 
I have two women friends of long-standing - women I raised my children with. The three of us have four children, no twins, that our forty years old. I call these women, "My Kidney Friends," because I believe we care enough for each to give up one of our kidneys should one of us need it. We have laughed, cried, prayed, cooked, dieted, worked, played, cleaned, and worshiped together. We have rafted a class IV river and pulled enough weeds to earn the fees for the rafting trip. These women were ...
Continue reading ...
 
 

Browsing Archive: April, 2013

Bad Backs

Posted by Karen Hessen on Friday, April 19, 2013, In : Doug 
I will probably never be allowed to forget that while I was in Colorado attending the "Writing for the Soul" conference, my husband, Doug, fell and herniated a disc in his back. My being home would not have changed the reality one bit, but, oh well.., I did have a very good time, so I am willing to shoulder a little misplaced blame. I will not, however, accept any guilt. 

So, after eight weeks of unfathomable pain, Doug has had his disc removed and is now comfortably pain free, at home.

Doug is...
Continue reading ...
 

Grieving for My "Kidney Friends"

Posted by Karen Hessen on Wednesday, April 10, 2013, In : grief 
I have two women friends of long-standing - women I raised my children with. The three of us have four children, no twins, that our forty years old. I call these women, "My Kidney Friends," because I believe we care enough for each to give up one of our kidneys should one of us need it. We have laughed, cried, prayed, cooked, dieted, worked, played, cleaned, and worshiped together. We have rafted a class IV river and pulled enough weeds to earn the fees for the rafting trip. These women were ...
Continue reading ...
 
 
 
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