Widowhood is new for me, and grief is different for everyone. This new and unwelcome role is frightening, it's confusing, it's liberating. We'll talk about all of that and more. Trigger warning: It might make you cry. Or it could make you laugh. Because life is like that. (To follow from the beginning start at the bottom.)
Essays from the cultural hinterlands. I'm in the boonies but I have Internet and a working BS meter. I write about my life, my loves, my losses, but when the country is on the skids I'll be trying to get it back on track.
“The author speaks her viewpoints very thoughtfully and clearly.”
Janice Walton, Aging Well News
“I can imagine having fierce arguments with Ramona Grigg, but that's why her take is so important: She's not just another member of the echo chamber. Ramona has witnessed a lot of life, and much of it from a remote spot in the woods, and she's written as she has lived. A compelling voice, and an original one.”
Annette Laing, Non-Boring History
“Sharing vulnerable and profound common sense.”
Sherry Killam, The Weekly Sher