My Garden Crush

By on Nov 25, 2016 in Blog Posts |

Adventures in edible gardening, family and cancer

Loss isn’t catchy (or why we should listen to teenagers more)

By on Feb 22, 2018 in Blog Posts, Cancer | 4 comments

In the first draft of this post I wrote “something is wrong when we have to look to our children to show us how to behave” but on rereading it I think perhaps that something is right. Or at least something right is coming into the world.

When the emergency is over…

By on Feb 20, 2018 in Blog Posts, Cancer | 10 comments

For all the books I’ve read and movies I’ve watched I am unprepared for the “afterwards-ness” I’m experiencing. Hollywood doesn’t tell us about what our heroes do the day after the universe is saved. I suppose scrubbing out the stains in a hero’s cape isn’t a story.


By on Feb 15, 2018 in Blog Posts, Cancer, Summer | 2 comments

Of course I am sad. Sadder than I thought possible. When I think of the future: the hopes and dreams Josh had (and I had for him) it feels like a piece of my soul is missing.

A pretty shitty Valentine’s day

By on Feb 12, 2018 in Blog Posts, Cancer | 9 comments

This will probably be our crappiest valentines day ever. It might even top Valentine’s 2004.