Hold On To Anything You Can

Posted by Leona Wisoker on November 6, 2016 in grieving |

My mom always had a garden, everywhere we lived. That’s the first line of a eulogy I’ve already begun writing for her. Here’s one of my notes, jotted down during a doctor appointment this time: …the clinical staff seem really distant today. I don’t blame them. I get the need to move things along etc, […]

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On Seeds, and Leaving Facebook…

Posted by Leona Wisoker on May 25, 2016 in business, grieving, Uncategorized, Writing |

Begin where you are. I’ve given that advice so many times it seems etched into my bones. When you’re at a loss for what to write, start with something real nearby: the temperature, the humidity, a flower outside, a smell. It can all be edited later for continuity; the important thing is to BEGIN. And […]

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