Monthly Archives: July 2015

The Long Sleep

She came in with broken bones, so brave and friendly uncomplaining 80 years old. She soldiered on the smash hidden beneath her skin, cutting deeper than the eyes could see. Anonymous, her life story remains, as she begins her long sleep home.

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She’s Gone

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Life Matters

Strange as it seems, while reading many end of life stories and blogs about people and their life changes. I received a diagnosis myself which was kind of out of the blue. I was told by a women over the … Continue reading

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