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Thoughts Surrounding The Loss of Colby Scott Allen Sackett

On Valentines Day of 2019 our family suffered a great loss. Colby Scott Allen Sackett was my first cousin’s grandson, who lived in Alberta, Canada. He was coming home from boarding school  to spend a long week-end with his parents and … Continue reading

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A Tribute To A Son

A mom  buried her first-born son a few days after Valentine’s Day this year. He was born, and died, eighteen years apart, on this day that represents Love.  The son was returning home from boarding school to celebrate his special day … Continue reading

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Thoughts From A Grieving Grandmother

On Valentine’s day of this year a very special 18-year-old was on his way  home from boarding school. It was his eighteenth birthday. He was ten minutes away from home when he was in a  head on collision, that took … Continue reading

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If I Was Michael Brown’s Mother…. Justice vs Feelings of Racism……Plus 2017 Update

I wrote his blog three years ago about how I thought Michael Brown’s mother could make a positive difference from the tragic death of her son. Here is an update on the Brown case three years later.  Justice has not been … Continue reading

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