Monthly Archives: March 2011

Third Hurdle – Little Reminders are OK

Grampa’s Strength by Daniel J. Marco I swear I smelled his smoke this night Through the crack in that old door Swirling cigar used to chase my fright As the rocker creaked the boards Upon his knee my fears pulled … Continue reading

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Out of the Country for a bit

I am going on a short trip to write and reflect. Thank you so much for taking the time to read this journal of life after my son, Zachary Marco.

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Hurdle Two – I choose not to be a Victim (And neither should you)

It’s funny, I wrote this yesterday but today, I feel not so much like a hero, but yet not a victim.  Today, I miss my son because today, thanks to the Tempe Police Department, I read the last documents written … Continue reading

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