Sunday Salon/Sunday Post – #StopSuicide – Weekly Rewind – Mail Call

The Sunday

The Sunday Salon used to be a meme but was getting so huge it became unmanageable, so it is now a Facebook group that has become an informal week in review
gathering place for bloggers.

It is also a place to share our thoughts about things of a bookish nature.

SUNDAY POSTThe Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by
Kimba @ Caffeinated Book Reviewer
~ It’s a chance to share news~
A post to recap the past week on your blog, showcase books and things we have received and share news about what is coming up on our blog for the week ahead.

Happy SUNDAY Everyone!

It is a busy weekend for our family. This past week was World Suicide Prevention Day and National Suicide Prevention Week. Yesterday we had a Brat Fry and Bake Sale at our home town grocery store with the proceeds going to the American Federation for Suicide Prevention. Today we are participating in the foundation’s Out of Darkness Walk in memory of my son Kristopher. His 3 year daughter is walking with us. At just 3 she still gets confused about her daddy. Most times she says he is an angel in heaven but this week she was pretty sure he was coming to see her at the brat fry. I ask you to please keep her in your prayers. As an adult I struggle with coping and understanding. As she grows older she is going realize what truly happened and have so many questions. This is not something that goes away. It is a new part to all of our lives. Our family has taken up the cause to #StopSuicide. For more info visit:…/frequently-asked-questions.

If you are in crisis,
call 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

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5 thoughts on “Sunday Salon/Sunday Post – #StopSuicide – Weekly Rewind – Mail Call

  1. AFSP: American Foundation for Suicide Provention is active around here too. My spouse developed the second walk in our community when she rallyed a group of students at her Community College in conjunction with the Syracuse group to focus on college kids, stress, bullying and suicide response.

  2. I volunteered for many years at a crisis hotline. Suicide is such a devastating thing for family left behind.

  3. The walk sounds like a great remembrance, and calls attention to the need for help with prevention. I am sad for you and your family. Suicide has been a part of our legacy, too.

    Thanks for sharing…and enjoy your books. I haven’t read Murder She Wrote books, but love the TV show, which is now showing reruns on my Hallmark Channel.


  4. “when we loved not enough”
    You can only love as much as you can love.
    How it is perceived/evaluated by the one you love is out of your control.

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