Category Archives: The Mourning Heart

The Evergreen on Mabey Lane

The evergreen at the end of Mabey Lane stood proud and dignified, even when carrying the weight of a heavy snowfall. The Evergreen on Mabey Lane By Richard Mabey Jr. The Christmas of 1996 was a distinctively different Christmas for … Continue reading

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Farewell Not, Kind Childhood Friend

The ticking of the clock continues, without favoritism to any of us. Farewell Not, Kind Childhood Friend By Richard Mabey Jr. I don’t know what it is. The most recent passing of a childhood friend has hit me hard. I … Continue reading

Posted in Chapel Hill School, Childhood Friend, Cindy, Destiny, Dreams, Encouragement, Faith, Healing, Homecoming, Humility, Lincoln Park, Memory, Mourning, New Jersey, Nostalgia, Old Beavertown, Old Lincoln Park, Rheumatic Fever, Small Town America, The Mourning Heart, Wisdom | 2 Comments

My Tribute To Cindy, A Dear Childhood Friend

The flame of friendship is a flame filled with love and good will for another person. My Tribute To Cindy, A Dear Childhood Friend By Richard Mabey Jr. I just found out yesterday that Cindy, a dear friend of my … Continue reading

Posted in Book of Bible Stories, Boonton High School, Chapel Hill School, Childhood Friend, Christianity, Cindy, County College of Morris, Destiny, Encouragement, Faith, Friendship, Homecoming, Humility, Kindness, Lincoln Park, Memory, New Jersey, Old Beavertown, Old Lincoln Park, Route 202, Small Town America, The Mourning Heart, Wisdom | 5 Comments