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Saying Goodbye

I had said goodbye and was heading for the door when Mama stopped me with an out-of-the-blue question:

“How is Smudge?”

I turned back toward her, surprised; she rarely asks about my cat. 1,192 more words

Death & Dying

Review: The House at 758 by Kathryn Berla

A late-nighter for me.  That’s what this one was.  In fact, I’m pretty sure I finished it in less than a day.  It was that good. 275 more words

Fiction

What Happens to Awareness after Death?

A discussion exploring Awareness after death and the notion of reincarnation.

Consciousness

Like Mother, Like Daughter

I’ve been going through my mother’s old photographs. Each day I grab a handful to sort through and scan, many of which I have never seen before. 448 more words

Writing

Dealing with a loved one's things after their death

I confess. I am attached to my material possessions. It’s very important to me that I live in a beautiful environment and that means being surrounded by beautiful things. 1,180 more words

Caregiving

Prop 69

The last proper argument I had with Mum was at Easter; we argued about whether or not she was 69.

This is Easter 2017 and she’s trying to sell me on the proposition that she’s 69! 2,007 more words

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