Surviving The Holidays After Losing a Loved One

In the three and one half years since my husband passed away, I has been through several birthdays, anniversaries, and holidays. These can be very rough times for those in grief.  Memories come at any moment. I have these suggestions to help you: 1.    Allow yourself to miss your loved one. It’s alright to feel sad and weepy at…

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Sunset Over the Gulf of Mexico

It’s been a very stressful week for me.  My mother fell on Tuesday and broke her hip.  She has since entered a rehab facility and hopefully is, very literally, on the mend.  I will go to be with her when she goes home. My Grandmother, Susie, is 98 years old.  She has been in very…

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Memories

I have spent a lot of time this week going through old pictures.  In my move to Florida I brought things I really don’t need.  In preparation for a community garage sale next week I am going back through boxes for the third time. Some of the pictures I have date over 100 years.  Some…

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Radio Interview Dec 2013

Radio Interview with radiosrq.com This is the link to a radio interview conducted with Ann Corcoran of radiosrq.com on December 17, 2013. :  http://radiosrq.com/news/how-could-I-wish-you-back-from-heaven/9577

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Venice Book Fair

Hello everyone. I had the privilege of participating at the 2nd Annual Venice Book Fair yesterday. I’ve never even been to a book fair so I didn’t quite know what to expect. My good friend, Pat, spent the day with me and we had a fine time of fellowship but we also met some interesting…

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Welcome to my new blog!

Welcome. My name is Sandra Brown Neahusan, author of How Could I Wish You Back from Heaven? I’m so happy to have you as a visitor to my blog about my new book. This project is very special to me, and I hope to share some of that excitement with you here. I’ll be using…

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