Author Archives: Jennifer Carter

About Jennifer Carter

I am currently undertaking a PhD on End of Life studies. I have created this blog to discuss with you matters related to end of life.

Still Here

Well after much stress my thesis is at the editors. In case you’re wondering not my original editor that I contracted last year. Due to length of time it took my work to be reviewed by my supervisors I had … Continue reading

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New Year 2018

It’s late at night again and I have decided to write a few words while I am thinking about it. January is nearly over and a few days ago I signed a contract for 6 months to work as an … Continue reading

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Christmas and the close of 2017

I am still waiting on feedback on my Ph.D. and this endless waiting for feedback is disheartening, to say the least. It makes me rethink my work, and I want to write further, however, I am on strict instructions not to … Continue reading

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Ph.D.​ progress report

Well, here I am, still waiting to get my work reviewed, as it is ready to hand in (I think). I have had to create my own personal timeline and manage those people around me as the time slips away … Continue reading

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Home again

Back from Canada and my ankle works again. Well,  I guess August has flown blow, I spent most of August in Brisbane waiting for the birth of my 12th grandchild. Elodie arrived safe and sound and a week after her … Continue reading

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On my feet

On my feet again, it’s been a difficult few months hobbling around. Now, I really am greatful to have two working legs. I am getting ready to travel to a conference in Canada to present my final research findings. This … Continue reading

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All broken things

Ok so that is out of the way, now to document my ankle story. Three weeks ago I was walking/running my giant poodle that was hit by a car. This dog had a fractured femur and had to have it … Continue reading

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