|N. Rakha, Colorado River Mile 134.5. Tapeats Creek.|
I first wrote about Kaitlin on January 16th, four days after her friends woke at Tapeats Creek to find her missing. I wrote about her again in February after hiking to the river, and then again just recently after her body was finally found and returned home.
Jeff Baker from the Oregonian asked that I write about how words can sometimes reach out and touch people in ways a writer can not expect. That is true about my essays on Kaitlin. I certainly never expected to be drawn into her life as I have, and I feel very grateful to have been able to play a small role in helping people come to terms with loss.
You can link to the on-line version of the Oregonian article here: Words Open Path Toward Healing in the Grand Canyon.
What a beautiful photo of you, Naseem. Tapeats Creek is a place for angels...ReplyDelete
Naseem, you are beautiful so beautiful. Inside and out. Your words are amazing to read and inspire me. Thank you.ReplyDelete