With one exception, when I wrote about the death of my brother-in-law, I have opened these posts with a limerick. Understandably, until now.
Synopsis: I’m a Family Practitioner from Sioux City, Iowa. 680 more words
I used to work for a company that did maintenance work on properties that were foreclosed upon and had become bank-owned. Our company contracted with vendors who would do lawn work and maintain the interior of these non-lived-in homes all over the country. 1,151 more words
I know some people don’t mind what happens after or some people are afraid to make preparations. Somehow I do mind and having been around death since I can remember (my grandmother passed when I was four), I have some strong thoughts on what I’d like done with my stuff and my body before and after the inevitable occurs. 641 more words
A couple from New Horton, N.B. is using their art to help grieving families find peace by moulding creative glass pieces meant to honour lost loved ones. 355 more words
I have just come across this page on the BPAS website https://www.bpas.org/abortion-care/after-an-abortion/pregnancy-remains. I am horrified at it. These precious babies that BPAS so conveniently destroy are finally being given some recognition that they are human and that there are remains of a baby (without using the word ‘baby’) for the grieving mothers to take away so a funeral can be arranged. 109 more words
On a lens of land between the current route of the A476 between Cross Hands and Llandeilo and its older route which now abruptly stops in a dead end, the community of Carmel, Carmarthenshire, selected to build a distinctive monument for the Millennium. 807 more words