"Burying the dead is often a difficult and unnecessarily problematic process. How can we do better?" Something interesting to ponder...
Nothing like a good cry on a Wednesday, right? Moms, grab a tissue before you click on this link.
"I just hurt with her."
Quiet compassion speaks volumes when we can't find the words.
Again with the compassion.
Another lesson, this one from a police officer.
I'm on a roll now...
We need more stories like these.
If you build it, they will come.
A 94-year-old widow built a swimming pool in his backyard, and now spends his afternoons surrounded by a growing community of neighbors and adopted grandchildren.
I hesitated sharing these next two links because I would hate for anyone to misinterpret me doing so as me saying or thinking that husbands and dads don't work hard enough for their families. Because they do. But there is one aspect of family care - the mental load ("the mental load means always having to remember...it's permanent, exhausting, and invisible") - that almost always falls to/on the woman. There are, however, ways the person carrying the brunt of the mental load can improve her/his situation, one of which is getting the topic out in the open...so that's what I'm doing here!
"How moms bear the brunt of the mental load."
"There is a reason moms are always tired."
SNL's "Alexa Silver" sketch makes me think I should opt for this version rather than Amazon's traditional Alexa...
"Think good things, speak kind words, and do good things."
The youngest certified yoga instructor in America.
Just because I find it interesting, Mister Rogers' Cardigans of Many Colors.
I LOVE this mashup: "Can't Help Falling Over the Rainbow". I'm trying to convince Tom to learn it with me...
Baby cows like winter too.
And last but not least, something to think about:
Happy hump day, friends!