Tag Archive: Suffering

Going Home After The Terrible, Horrible, no Good, Very Bad Day

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            It was as the children’s book by Judith Viorst says, “A Terrible, Horrible, no Good, Very Bad Day.” My correctional unit which typically only restrained a child… Continue reading

What Do We Say?

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Six years ago today amidst a swirl of both joyful and frightful confusion, our first born son – Peter Alexander Witkowski (Second Peter) – was born in the early morning hours. About six hours later, he… Continue reading

The Hope of Tragedy

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The accelerator was slammed hard against the floor. With one hand I gripped the wheel and with the other I tightly clutched the hand of my tearful wife. Only moments before, she had… Continue reading