Monthly Archives: June 2016

Still Miss Them

“That night was the beginning of my living again, and also his words helped me with Helen’s death. :” I’m intrigued with your affection for Jack. What was he like?” “I could regale you for hours with Jack stories.” “So … Continue reading

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Lingering Grief

The next day Mike and Sal are having coffee in the late afternoon. They are both seated at a table.Michael while stirring his coffee seems deep in thought. “I saw a woman in the lobby this morning that looked just … Continue reading

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The Quiz

Sal is reading a magazine when Mike walks in. He appears to be agitated “What’s the reason for the grumpy face?” “I was balled out this morning for smoking in my room. I was told that if the smoking continues … Continue reading

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Search for Continued Meaning

“That’s because you haven’t completed your project in Arts and Crafts.” Looking at his hands Mike shakes his head.These hands have countless times performed life saving surgery, and now they are the robotic hands for stringing beads. “Do you believe … Continue reading

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Probing Conversation

I think the usual nervousness occurs in every occupation. In my case the nervousness was fueled by my enthusiasm. The first person in the confessional got all my years of seminary learning. I went on and on and on. When … Continue reading

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Shared Past

Wistfully with a touch of personal guilt Sal said:” I kind of lost track of you after you went to Seton Hall” “As I did you.: I went to med school at Jefferson.in Philadelphia” Trying to probe his memory Sal … Continue reading

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Memories

Chapter 2 It is incredible what a difference has occurred in Sal’s behavior the last few months. The feeling of being energized and looking forward to the activities and positive benefits of Fox Hill Ever since Michael had arrived Sal … Continue reading

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