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Palliative Care with Curative Care: Maintaining Quality of Life While Living with a Major Illness

Almost two weeks ago, I had the opportunity to attend the Quality of Life Forum – Tampa Bay. It was organized by the American Cancer Society’s Cancer Action Network (ACS-CAN) and took place at Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa, Florida. 1,706 more words



Edgar knew that she could see him. She tried to act as if she couldn’t, looking everywhere apart from the vacant place in which he stood. 395 more words

Cold Characters, Dead Copy

How do you entice readers to care about your protagonist? To care enough to sit down and read your story? To take time away from other activities or tasks to read your story to its ending? 748 more words

Say it isn't so

October 20, 2014 – The Bay:

Daily Durning has a NSFW link to an Irish satirical blog that suggests, forcefully, the need for a Christmas-free zone.


Retrospective Feminism - My Outlook Now

I’m naturally quite a retrospective person anyway, not in that I’m always focusing on the past, but more that I like to reassess and re-evaluate where I’ve come in the last few years. 642 more words

October: The Joy

“October, and the trees are stripped bare, of all they wear, what do I care?”

October, U2

Well, greetings all. I haven’t made a post in awhile and thought it was time to get back on the writing horse. 515 more words


“You were not born for your own sake but for the sake of others. As long as your terminology is “we” and “us” the universe supports you, but as soon as you think in terms of “I” and “me” the universe will turn against you.

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Sun Myung Moon