Author: Kelly Meloche

Yesterday, one of my most favourite people on the planet asked me if she thought it would be weird if she attended an Ash Wednesday service. I knew immediately why she asked and what she was feeling. Through baptism, she is Catholic. Through life she...

Just recently a quote danced across my newsfeed.  It was 13 words of powerful, relevant, truth.  Someone brilliantly summed up an essence of survival by saying, “And … In the end…All I learned…Was how…To be Strong…Alone.”  Amen, right?  It’s like listening to the words of...

  On June 6, 1932 Sarah arrived to start a life that would strengthen her soul through the sharp edges of life lessons and fill her spirit by virtue of the love that finally found her.  Less than one month before Sarah was born, Amelia Earhart...

Most times I write about tender lives who slipped away with a sense of peace.  Most certainly fulfillment. And most definitely gratitude for the footprints they left behind.  The life story I am about to tell doesn’t roll with that flow, yet I’m compelled to...