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Halfway There, Almost Done.

Just finished the fall semester of my senior year of college. I am halfway done with my college career. It is crazy to think that in five months I will graduate college and be out in the real world. 573 more words


Celebrating Life during Funeral...love and go on!

My Toastmasters speech delivered not long after my grandma left. Really multi-tasked when I delivered them – I read my speech, I cried, I blew nose…very busy. 857 more words

Life Is Beautiful

June Mohan Dipalma 1931-2014

Dear readers,

I write to you today with great amounts of sadness, grief and bewilderment filling my every finger stroke. I don’t know how to write about this, I don’t even know if I should write about this, but for me, writing has always been an outlet, and so today I let my fingers guide my emotions. 683 more words

Katie Comes Home: Katie's Story, Part Thirteen

The EMS transport was scheduled to arrive on Monday, December 15th at 2:00, which was just about the time I got there. Entering her room (thankfully for the last time) I encountered Katie; her husband, Sam; their son; the Provider RN; and the Caregiver, Gloria. 334 more words


5 tips for saying goodbye | Lifestyle

There are many crazy and difficult situations we stumble across in life, but the hardest one has got to be ‘saying goodbye’. This can be interpreted in many ways; moving to a different location, leaving a job, ending a relationship or even saying goodbye to a loved one who has passed away. 737 more words


What Patrick Taught Me


By Diane CunninghamI first met Patrick fresh out of nursing school. While in school, I always had my instructors and other nurses to ask any questions of or offer support, and did very well. 1,894 more words

神風 (Kamikaze): a poem

Staff Writer

When I reached for your hand, it was like I was reaching for the highest star in the sky.

I knew that this time it was not going to be a “see you later,” but an actual goodbye. 119 more words

Sword And Shield