Category Archives: Loss

Time machine: where to go from here?

As part of my work, I handle the marketing for scientific conferences, and one of my duties is to help produce their program books. This gives me access to research papers. A few mornings ago, I was proofreading the abstracts … Continue reading

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“Kiddo”

Here’s something about me: I love interacting with old people. If I get invited to a gathering, you’ll always see me talking to the older crowd. Being someone who was raised by her grandparents, I always had an appreciation for … Continue reading

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Cathy

My friend is gone. I’ve said this to myself repeatedly the past few days, and it doesn’t sink in. I met Cathy through Terri, a mutual friend, in January 2011. Terri had suggested I reach out to Cathy because Cathy … Continue reading

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These days

My mind is all over the place. Sometimes I feel I can’t focus. There are just too many emotions flowing through me during these holidays. So many memories of people who are no longer here. There is also sad, bad … Continue reading

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Thinking of Lisa Bonchek Adams, her family and Dr. Chau Dang

I have been finding it difficult to write about Lisa. I still have her link on my page as you can see — not planning to delete it as it was, and still is, a great source of information and … Continue reading

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