What is “Walking on Sacred Ground”? I have started this website to be a place where you can find encouragement, resources and discussion on end of life care. In addition to that, it is a sharing space to tell your story, to remember a special someone, or to help others along the way.
Finding Peace… by Marygrace Lomboy This week has been an interesting, and a challenging one with our recent election. In a study done by the American Psychological Association, it was reported that nearly ¾ of adults in the US were feeling some sort of stress related to this past election. The negative talk, the […]
All Saints Day… by Marygrace Lomboy Last night was Halloween and I bought a ton of candy to pass out for Trick or Treating. This year, the goblin count was kind of low and now I’m left here with about 10 pounds of brightly wrapped chocolates and sugary treats. I always think I’m going to […]
Impermanence, by Marygrace Lomboy Change is a part of life. It can be exhilarating, frightening, exhausting or relieving. It can spark emotions such as sadness, happiness, resistance or grasping and striving for things to stay the same. Just as the summer is coming to a close and the kids are back to school, there […]
My Camino… The Way of St. James by Marygrace Lomboy How does someone describe a trip of a lifetime that was just a walk? It’s something that I experienced that I find myself going back to in my mind several times a day, and ask myself “did that really happen”? I recall it, […]
This is a new book from my dear friend, Jan Groft, award winning author. Her writing is deeply spiritual, reflecting on faith, grief and family moments… Excerpt from Artichokes & City Chicken: Reflections on Faith, Grief, and My Mother’s Italian Cooking Not long after I’d mastered cursive writing and the basics of spelling in elementary […]
Finding the Sacred in Everyday Life *“Earth is crammed with heaven, And every bush is aflame with God But only those who see, take off their shoes The rest sit around it and pluck blackberries.” – Elizabeth Browning We are a plugged in, distracted society. My day is filled with driving around the county to […]