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- Looking Death in the Face – The Story of a Naïve Nurse October 8, 2015
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Category Archives: Bereavement
The teary-eyed, middle-aged woman sits across from me with her head resting in her left hand. Her little finger is in her mouth; the nail being bitten off. The white-haired man beside her repeatedly wipes his weather-worn hands on his … Continue reading
Life is risky. It isn’t fair. No one is safe and no one is ever given a card marked, “nothing bad will ever happen to me.” Continue reading
Last Thursday night, I am hunkered down on the couch watching my favorite show, the ABC television medical drama series, Grey’s Anatomy. I find myself thumbing through tweets during the commercials. One of them strikes me that said, “This is … Continue reading
The words of his story stick in his throat as Roger tries to swallow his emotions. His wife Elaine has died four months ago; the fresh pain being unleashed as he finds a willing listener in me. Elaine had been … Continue reading
There are days in your life that replay over and over in your memory and this will be one I never forget. It is Tuesday, February 13th, 1990. My husband Chris goes to his roofing job before sunrise, not waking … Continue reading
I turn up the volume of the TV when Ellen DeGeneres announces that one of her favorite singers is going to perform on her show. It is Joshua Radin and the song is, “Beautiful Day.” I focus all my attention on … Continue reading