In 2012, my wife was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer called Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumor (GIST).  She fought for her life for two years.  Early the morning of June 28th, 2015, she died.

Since that day, writing has been the most positive way for me to cope with losing her.  It is my hope that those who didn’t know Susan will come to experience some of what made her so special by reading this blog.  Those who did know her, I hope, will delight to remember the brilliance of her smile, and her contagious optimism.

My writing isn’t as polished as I’d like it to be.  My prose is rusty, and sometimes it creaks from years of neglect.  But if you’re patient with me, I’ll try to get better.

I’m leaving comments open for now.  Don’t be shy.  I believe strongly in the social aspect of blogging.  Feel free to share a thought, start a discussion, or anything you want.

See you around.


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