Author page: Lee-Ann Trigler

Special Moment-Never Alone

Special Moment-Never Alone

She sat in an overstuffed chair sinker deeper into the fabric-becoming smaller and smaller as grief melted her pure existence. She sat at her mother’s funeral as the song of Vince Gill Go Rest High on that Mountain played in the background. Her...

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What’s Your Word for 2018?

What’s Your Word for 2018?

I like a plan. I don’t necessarily follow through, but I always like a plan. When the New Year comes, I have a plan. I never stay up late. I always get up before the sun. Most New Year’s Day find me at the beach for sunrise. I love to greet the...

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Don’t Let My Heart Stop Beating

Don’t Let My Heart Stop Beating

Don’t Let My Heart Stop Beating This is a tribute to my best friend Nancy.  I am keeping my promise. She looked me in the eye the day we were going to begin our next “regroup” to conquer the cancer that was now attacking her lungs with fluid. The...

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Change-A Progress Report/Eileen

Change-A Progress Report/Eileen

Change (CHānj/) verb: to make or become different. Why do we feel so jigged up when it happens? We feel tense, overwhelmed, unsure, perhaps skeptical. The difficulty in understanding and processing change is that there is always constant change...

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The Progress Report with Eileen-Acceptance

The Progress Report with Eileen-Acceptance

Acceptance /ak-sep-tuh ns/ The act of taking or receiving something offered; favorable reception; approval; the act of assenting or believing. There are things in this life that we have no control over. For those of us who are Type A, this can be...

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Julia’s Way-by Ella(her mom)

JULY WWC BLOG POST   I’ve been “watching my feet” a lot again recently. This is a habit I developed about 18 months ago when I was pregnant with my daughter and, at the 20-week ultrasound, we found out that there was something wrong that...

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Julia’a Way-by Ella(her mom)

Julia’a Way-by Ella(her mom)

I’ve been “watching my feet” a lot again recently. This is a habit I developed about 18 months ago when I was pregnant with my daughter and, at the 20-week ultrasound, we found out that there was something wrong that seemed possibly inconsistent...

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The Progress Report by Eileen

The Progress Report by Eileen

Grief /ɡrēf/ Deep sorrow, especially that caused by someone’s death. I’ll start with some honesty. I am fortunate enough to not be an expert on this topic but I can tell you that some of the people who I love the most in life are grieving...

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What I Know Now-A New Career

What I Know Now. My next career is about to begin. I know this will be exciting, fulfilling, and filled with variety. What I don’t know is how it will change my life on a daily basis. In my lifetime I have held many roles. I have been a daughter...

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