On raising a son on the autism spectrum, progressive politics, pop culture, and coffee addiction.
I am so sorry for the sudden and surprising loss of your colleague. Hugs.
So sorry. xo
It's such a shock... One of my colleagues was just diagnosed today with stage 4 lymphoma after coming back for the semester three weeks ago with a swollen leg. I am so sorry for the loss of your colleague... and I'm praying for my friend not to pass as well. Work places make for oddly intimate, yet distant friends.
And I had forgotten what Jan. 27 means to you... It is truly the dark of the winter...
Thanks, friends. Claire, I'm so sorry to hear about your colleague's diagnosis. You're right - work relationships are a unique blend of familiarity and distance. It makes a loss like this hard to process. And, yes, the phrase I've found rolling around in my mind all week is "in the bleak midwinter."
Wow, so sorry to hear this bad news.
I am so sorry to hear. *hugs*
I'm so sorry for your loss and your grief.
Thinking of you and yours.
I am so sorry. A coworker of mine died suddenly years ago, had a cough and ended up being cancer. I knew nothing about his life but at the same time so many intimate details. It was so difficult to process and since I no longer work there, I catch myself thinking like he's still there. He blogged, and his wife keeps up the blog w/ pictures of the boys that I knew as cubicle art and happiness... and the archives are still there. I still check in after all these years, just to know. Know what exactly, I'm not sure.
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