Category Archives: Translating Grief

The Saga of Changing the Facebook Page…

Oh man.  I thought it would be easy breezy to just change the privacy setting on my existing Facebook page from public to a closed group.  Nope.  After searching and searching and searching for the answer, I found it, as … Continue reading

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Changing the Facebook page…

I’m so encouraged by the response I received from my most recent post.  Sooooo many emails and a couple of public responses.  I thank all of you for your kind words.  It meant a lot to me to hear, not … Continue reading

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A personally tough winter…

This past winter has been one of the toughest for me personally for a couple of reasons. One is health related and one is house related.  I’ll start with the latter… In December of last year, we had a flood … Continue reading

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In case you missed it….

http://www.wktv.com/news/news-archive/NewsTalk_.html It’s my interview on WKTV’s Newstalk today.

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Facebook Friend Requests…

Good morning, All. I’ve been receiving a large number of friend requests lately. I’m thrilled!! However, I don’t accept them because it opens up your private information to my very public timeline…at least that’s how I understand it. I’ve been … Continue reading

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A new year…

Welcome back!  I’m so excited that today is “re-Launch Day” for Translating Grief, LLC.  All (or, at least, most) of the proverbial ducks are in their row and we can move forward with the mission of translating grief.  I’m looking … Continue reading

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