Good Mourning: The Many Faces of Grief – THE END OF THE YEAR AND GRIEF IS STILL HERE: WHAT WE’VE LEARNED FROM OUR JOURNEY
I’ve always wondered why the new year begins buried in snow, frozen in ice or blanketed in mud. It always seems harder to begin when my feet are encased in leaden boots or stuck in frozen mud. Wouldn’t it be easier to begin a new journey if the weather were warmer and my feet were strapped into sandals or even bare? The beginning of the new year is a time for me to take stock, to rearrange and reorganize.
And I thought it might be nice to check back in with my very first guest: Alan Pedersen. Let’s see how Alan is doing and what he has learned over the fleeting months of 2013. And let’s review a few things that we have learned over the year together, too. You can find out more about Alan and his music at www.everashleymusic.com; email@example.com; or www.angelsacrosstheusa.com.
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