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Grief

I think it must have been about 6 years ago since I was a new momma to my rabbit post-Batmizvah in 7th grade. During December of my 7th grade year, my pet dog who I had for basically my whole life (since about age four) passed away from kidney failure. 708 more words

Being Mortal by Atul Gawande

This book may be about mortality, but surprisingly it isn’t depressing at all (though it may trigger depressing thoughts in those with relatives in end-of-life care situations). 240 more words

Adult Nonfiction

Death is Never Convenient

(Though I veered far off course of the actual blogging assignment today, I needed to write this. Further, I needed to publish it, because I cannot sit back silently any longer, hiding behind my lack of eloquence, while black is turned white and upside down becomes right side up. 667 more words

Jesus Christ

Taking note

I need to start keeping a log of all the annoying parenting things to do to my kids when I’m older…

I am now going to add – call my child at midnight then hangup… then call again and leave a message as she’s trying to call me back to see if I’m alive… then finally, when she gets hold of me, ask – hey, how are you? 22 more words

Parenting

Review: The Saint's Wife

Title: The Saint’s Wife
Author: Lauren Gallagher
Series: – –
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Length: Novel
Available: April 14th

Strong-arm tactics are no match for the power of love.

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Netgalley

Euthanasia and the common cold

I’m not exaggerating by saying there have been times in the past week when I wished I could blow my brains out.

“Take that, cold virus!” 284 more words

Euthanasia