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Flashes of Fiction: Eulogy

Hey. Tirzah here.

My character has started a new weekly challenge for me. This task is to write a flash fiction piece of no more nor fewer than 100 words (commonly known as a drabble,) based on whatever prompt I find, every Tuesday. 124 more words

Tirzah Duncan

Remembering Hosea Bennett

Last Friday our good friend Hosea Bennett passed into glory and we miss him dearly.

Grandpa Bennett sauntered into our lives when I needed a weekend retreat and, with Donald Grier, travelled to Fargo ND to stay for a few days.   360 more words


A Servant Soldier's Death

Holland, Mark: Service no. 53345 has a page but the research on this soldier has brought some more information as usual so I am posting the results in a post to highlight the life of the common Canadian soldier and how their death’s were communicated. 760 more words

18th Battalion CEF

"I'm happy that she doesn't have to suffer anymore:" Family, friends celebrate the life of Sierra Guyton

MILWAUKEE (WITI) — “Save our children.” It was a common theme at the funeral of 10-year-old Sierra Guyton held on Tuesday, July 22nd. It was held at Tabernacle Community Baptist Church in Milwaukee. 345 more words


Hundreds attend funeral for NJ officer killed in tractor trailer crash

WALDWICK, N.J. (PIX11) – Hundreds of family, friends and colleagues said their final goodbyes Tuesday to a New Jersey police officer killed in the line of duty when an 18-wheeler crashed into his squad car. 295 more words


If you need anything, let me know!

It’s been a few months shy of a year since we lost my dad. It’s hard to believe that we have not only survived the past ten months, but we are doing really , really well. 1,039 more words


Monday Reflections: Life and Death

Life begins with an inhale and ends with an exhale, and at both moments, tears are shed. Happy tears welcome the newborn baby. Melancholy tears bid a loved one farewell.  232 more words