Lessons in Loss: Y

“Sometimes loss is part of growing into the person we have become, sometimes it leaves us feeling like something’s fundamentally missing, sometimes we can’t remember what it was like before we lost whatever it was.”

That’s part of how one of my best blogging buddies, Pea Green over at Smelly Socks and Garden Peas, introduced her series called “Lessons in Loss.” (The photo above is her logo for the series.)

She asked several of her favorite bloggers to take part, and I’m happy to say that not only am I one of them, I’m kicking off the series!

It’s also my first guest post, and it’s about how losing a letter helped symbolize the process of growing up. Please go check it out, and if you like it, be sure to let her know. (Read her other stuff, too. It’s really good!)

4 thoughts on “Lessons in Loss: Y

  1. Michelle

    What a cool idea. Unfortunately, we grow the most in our times of hardship, so they shouldn’t be avoided but embraced.

    PS. I lost all my subscribers due to a tech problem – would you mind subscribing again?

    All the best, Michelle (michellesclutterbox.com)

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