Next Sunday, October 4th, is Gwendolyn's birthday. She would have turned 8 years old. I've been struggling with what to do now, how to honor her, how to help Eleanora honor her, what to do to help us cope. Because this week is going to be hard. Really, really hard. But, I now know what will...Read More >>
Empty. Vast expanses of emptiness. That is how we feel without Gwendolyn.
It's the obvious, of course. The missing her, always missing her. The aching for her skin, her sounds, her joy, her love. All of her.Read More >>
Grief is ever-changing. That much I know. It is not on a continuum of "getting better" and you certainly never "get over it." You simply learn to live with the components of grief as they settle into your being. It is normal to feel and feel deeply. It means you have loved deeply. But it is...Read More >>
Last summer, our dear friend, Diane Hall, approached us about a short film she wanted Gwendolyn to star in. Diane runs the Little Star Pony Foundation and is the owner of Little Star, the sweetest, most wonderful pony that ever lived. Diane and her son, Patrick, worked on the script together and...Read More >>