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April 3 2015 African American Culture Newsletter


Greetings My Dear Friends!

I know it has been a very long time since you have heard from me. Thank you for your patience and continued support and inquiries.

As some of you know, I lost my mother near the end of February. It was unexpected. I was not prepared for this kind of loss. I thought we had at least another thirty years to laugh, love, and for me to glean from her wisdom.

In light of my grief and heartache, I could not bring myself to write. Let alone formulate coherent thoughts or conversation. As Resurrection Sunday began to approach, the more I recalled past seasons and the love and comfort and lessons I received from my mother. It is time to put away my mourning clothes. Though I am still in the throes of grieving; I will celebrate my mother's life, and all she poured into me by living life to the fullest. I will continue to do that which I need to do, and pursue my dreams and passions, and believe God for His continued strength.

Honestly, I am in uncharted territory. I am navigating a new normal. But I have faith. And I know I and my family will get through this.

Thank you for your continued support, prayers, and concerns. Thank you for sticking by me while I navigate my way through this new normal. And I promise you, to give you my best. As you deserve nothing less.

All My Love and Warmest Regards,
Ruthe

Here's the latest article from the African American Culture site at BellaOnline.com.

Healing Through Easter Traditions
Miracles are often associated with the Easter season. Traditions can be a source of healing and comfort in times of uncertainty and grief. The act of celebrating and remembering can be just the thing to help get us through some tough times.

http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art301040.asp

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Ruthe McDonald, African American Culture Editor
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