Grief comes out in unexpected ways

This morning Marley was cutting out and painting crowns for Avery and his friend Forrest. She used some sparkly paper that Mike had given her, which he had acquired on some production job or another.

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Mike Eulogy by Allen Rosen

As a long time friend and co-worker, Mike will be missed – not only for his professionalism but for his passion for life. Read the rest of this entry »

Tribute to Mike/Art opening/Fundraiser @ Rojo

I heard rumblings about this event and have finally confirmed that Rojo has donated a party room for an art opening on October 11. If you have more detailed/other info, please post in comments. This is what I received via e-mail. Thanks everyone.


Just following up on the tribute/fundraiser for Mike P. Some folks had questions so here’s the best FAQ I could put together: Read the rest of this entry »

OK all you techies out there, help!

I’ll admit, I’m a bit slow on the technical end of things. It took me a couple of days to figure out the quick way to get back to the main Prichard Family Link page after reading comments and entries (duh, you click on “Prichard Family Link” and voila, home you go). No, you don’t have to type in “” in the navigation bar :). Read the rest of this entry »

Avery and Marley

Many folks have asked how the kids are doing. Amazingly, they seem ok much of the time. But then, I suppose if you saw me all day, you might think I was ok, too. Read the rest of this entry »

Good Morning

One reason I set up this blog was to creatively deal with insomnia. So, here I am, trying to plod my way through a whole new way of communicating. This site will surely evolve over time and I’m open to suggestions about how to make it easier for you to use. Read the rest of this entry »

Hello and thank you everyone

It’s Sunday noon and I’ve taken my first plunge into the bloggosphere. Not sure whether this is going to be an ideal format, but will check it out. Quite frankly, until last week, I wondered what all these people were doing on blogs anyway. Today, I see this as a tool with which to communicate and send back a small measure of the love that has been sent our way since Mike’s death. Read the rest of this entry »