I’m a widow, but where’s my black veil?

In the days of old, and in other cultures even today, black garb and a veil (in a woman’s case) was the silent way to tell people, “I lost a part of myself. I need care and gentleness and grace.” The black veil served as the visible “wheelchair or crutches” for the bereaved. When people … Continue reading I’m a widow, but where’s my black veil?