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Death Bed Agony - It Actually Serves a Purpose

We have all witnessed, in movies at least, the scenes of an agonizing death, one that we wished could be cut short for the poor person experiencing horrible last minutes on earth. 526 more words



Published in Pick Me Up magazine today –

When Ashlee, 24, met Marcus, 24, it was love at first sight. The pair became inseparable and were thrilled when Ashlee fell pregnant in March 2014.  80 more words


Here is one (of many) odes to my favorite album of all-time. It’s the one record I’d want with me while I’m stranded on a desert island, hurtling through the void of space or sweating to oblivion on my deathbed. 75 more words


The Deathbed

You’re on your deathbed and available family and friends made a promise to be with you until the end regardless how long that “end” becomes an “end.”  The first few hours are the easiest because surrounding folks are getting to know the place, the nurses and even luckier to maybe meet the doctor. 464 more words


Death Haze

I get particularly emotional and nostalgic when I’m bed-ridden sick. And it’s during these times that I get reminded of your last days. I wonder if what I’m feeling in the midst of my sickness is close to what you’ve been through. 124 more words

Eleanor Rigby

Theodosia, Lost at Sea

The deathbed confessions of several pirates + the appearance of a mysterious oil portrait of her  in a small North Carolina town years after her disappearance notwithstanding, the fate of Theodosia Burr Alston remains one of our country’s great, 19th Century tragic mysteries. 655 more words

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The Last Moments

My mom found out in 2010 that she had stage IV colon cancer. It was the hardest thing for me to accept and I am certain it was the hardest thing for her to face. 462 more words