1. Doubting My Grief

    Doubting My Grief

    In talking to so many people this week about Bart, I find myself consoling almost every one of them. I don’t want anybody to be sad. I don’t want anybody to feel empty because he’s gone. I’m realizing that everyone mourns differently. The way I am mourning is way different...

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  2. Good Grief

    Good Grief

    Grief is a funny thing. I’ve never really had to greive to the extent that I am right now. I’ve lost grandparents. I’ve lost friends. I’ve lost loved ones that I’ve worked for for a number of years . But I’ve never left lost lost my husband. I’ve never lost...

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  3. Gird Up Your Loins

    Gird Up Your Loins

    (Post written one month before Bart’s passing. . .) I have always loved hymns.  Especially Christmas and Children’s hymns. They are filled with such warm, wonderful memories of my past. I realized tonight, that one hymn in particular can bring The Spirit in to my heart more than any other...

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  4. Marcie Cragun

    Marcie Cragun

    I am a young widow and the mother of two handsome, rambunctious little boys. Born and raised in Utah, I met my sweetheart 2 weeks after my high school graduation and we were inseparable ever since. Seven short years later, in 2011, we were married for time and all eternity in the Salt Lake LDS Temple....

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