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The great gift of grandchildren
Judith Sutherland considers the gift her grandchildren have been in her life. They lift her up and keep her laughing.
Remembering an honorable man
Judith Sutherland remembers Joe Murray as the honorable man he was.
Loss stings a year later
Kymberly Foster-Seabolt recalls the day she lost her nephew a little more than a year ago and remarks on how raw the sting of losing him still feels.
Collections of old letters tell a story
Judith Sutherland's mother always kept her desk stocked with stationery and stamps, so that she could brighten someone's day with a hand-written letter.
Finding beauty in the shadow of loss
Judith Sutherland reminds us to be grateful for what you had, even in the sorrowful shadow of great loss.
Recipes show how life was once lived
A little brown recipe box takes Judith Sutherland back in time to remind her how past generations of her family once lived.
Perspective provides gratitude
Judith Sutherland shares a personal experience and urges readers to learn to live with gratitude a difficult year comes to a close.
Hold your loved ones close
Judith Sutherland remembers Nate Shafer, who was a fun and funny, a country boy with stories to tell, and a joy to be near.
Live a life filled with generous love
There are some people who leave a tender place in memory and in the heart long after they are gone. Judith Sutherland's aunt Marilyn had that effect on her.
Kym Seabolt finally brought home a piece of her family's history — an antique table handed down to her from her grandmother.