Life After Emilee Logo | Neal Klein honoring his wife after losing her to pancreatic cancer
Life After Emilee Logo | Neal Klein honoring his wife after losing her to pancreatic cancer
Life After Emilee Logo | Neal Klein honoring his wife after losing her to pancreatic cancer

Archive for May 2018

Manhattan Then And Now

July 2017   The day I went into the city I switched from backpack to Em’s crescent bag. It was one of the things Emilee had left behind when she died. One of the things that I chose to keep and not give away. I thought I might use it, and I liked having things…

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The First Time My World Changed

The Day My World Changed   I was twelve. It was May 12, 1966, a Thursday. We had moved into this house eight months ago on my twelfth birthday.   I walked the three quarters of a mile to the railroad station to meet my dad at around 6 p.m. so I could have some…

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Morning Musings 2

A few things about this morning. Some Realizations first. I am overly sentimental by most standards, but it feels just right to me. Tears are soooo much easier than they used to be, and no shame. I am proud that as a male I can cry when moved to. Emilee did that for me. Among…

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Morning Musings 1

Morning Musings 1 Stream of consciousness, free writing, whatever you want to call it…Just muscle through to the poem at the end. The prize in the cracker jacks box.   We all want something to “hold on to”. I do anyway (even though I am continually learning about letting go). I was listening to the…

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