Grief Glasses

By Molly Bice-Jackson - 1:51 PM

Justin Hackworth's 30 Strangers Exhibit last night was remarkable. I can't stop thinking about it. I drove home under the light of a very full and bright moon and was basking in the beauty of the entire evening.

But before you read it I have to tell you something:

What an INCREDIBLE evening. You really missed out. No, really. It was the most uplifting and insightful night I've had in....ages.

Can I say how hilarious Azucar was?
And how deeply moving NieNie?
And  how poignant Brooke Benton?
And the deep prose of Amy Hackworth...music to my ears! {who doesn't update her blog}?

Yes, yes I can say. I'm serious here, folks. It was incredible. And don't tell anyone, but I think I am going to incorporate these women, these phenomenal essays, into a fundraising gala for A Good Grief. I have a vision.

I'll be sharing photos from the evening in the coming week. What an honor to be in the presence of such creative genius and sheer greatness. Mothers rule. So do good photographers.

Would you like to read the essay I wrote? I would like you to. Please visit A GOOD GRIEF and partake.

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  1. What a beautiful metaphor and such a poignant, well-written essay, Molly.

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  2. love it, love it, love it! Thank you, thank you, thank you. I needed to read this today:)

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  3. Beautifully said, written, and expressed. I am now going to kiss and hug my three beautiful sons. Thanks Molly.

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  4. I just read your Good Grief essay... beautiful. I love reading your words. Thank you for sharing.

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  5. Molly,
    I am Justin's sister and want to say thank you so much. You brought an incredible depth and emotion to the evening. Your essay and your reading of it were beautiful.

    And your beginning was AWESOMELY FUNNY!!

    Thanks for sharing your good grief with us.

    I agree. The night was magical!!

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  6. It was my honor to be with such incredible women.

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  7. I'm jeal. I wish I could have been there. Really.

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