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Doing What I Should Do

And now we are here at the now. I have had a working relationship with Anne Frye for many, many years. Seventeen or eighteen years, I guess. As with many remarkable things in my life, that year all the pieces simply … Continue reading

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Catching Up

I survived survival. It was an excellent experience for me. Somewhere along the line, between sitting around a fire and cleaning a rabbit skin and making a bowl by blowing on coal, I realized that I had achieved my goal … Continue reading

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Re-learning

Heading into my third day of hospice training today.  So far, so good.  I am impressed with the organization – everyone who has come in to talk to us about what they do has shown committment and passion for the … Continue reading

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Quick and un-painful death…

The other day Josie, my eight year old, had her pal Sam over for a playdate. I overheard them talking as they played with Playmobil – Josie gathering the animals, as usual, and Sam gathering knights and weaponry, as usual.  … Continue reading

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Survival

Well, there’s been some mess up about the meet and greet – the one that takes place on Wednesday is actually for the teen apprenticeship.  So I have a call in to find out what I need to do. Meanwhile … Continue reading

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Two goals, one heart

When I told my husband I want to do hospice work, he seemed only mildly surprised. I’m restless, feeling like I want to do something meaningful in my life; laundry and dishes and sweeping just isn’t cutting it.  For many … Continue reading

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