In Honor Of…Death

Dedicated to the grace that may arrive and inform, as death approaches. This, for Deb: As I arrive, I’m keenly aware of the unknown. All I’ve heard is that the fight is over, now it is time for you to die. As I pass over the threshold of your room’s door, I see that since... Continue Reading →

What I Wish I’d Said

Today, my 93 year old grandpa is having heart surgery. All of us, including him, are maintaining a positive outlook, one that is hopeful and confident, leaning on the medical staff's expertise that this is, in fact, the right move. And though we are all keeping our eyes on a positive future, we can't deny... Continue Reading →

Everyone You Know One Day Will Die

You know that song, right? The Flaming Lips singing "Do You Realize?" Do you realize? That everyone you know someday will die. The other day in the bathtub, (where I have many of my most profound revelations, might I add), I realized that not only will everyone I know, everyone I love, die, but everything... Continue Reading →

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