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Anxiety and A Hard Place

I have been debating on whether to make the trip across the continent to see my Grandma due to her state of health. She is still in the hospital and is still fighting. 392 more words

Anon

May the odds be ever in your favour

Life. This heartbreaking, tragic, beautiful, rewarding thing. We all get to live it, and as that lame old joke goes – none of us get out alive. 408 more words

Musings

8 Page Paper Panic Attack

My effort to post on my blog lately has been pretty close to zero lately and I’m partially going to blame it on being busy with school work but on the other hand, i have to be honest and blame it on my own laziness. 896 more words

Nothing In Particular

Flash Fiction Friday: Lucky Break?

LUCKY BREAK?

The front doors of the bank were locked, forcing Vicky to sit in the snaking progression of cars wrapped around the brick building.  Behind her, more vehicles joined the line at regular and frequent intervals.   672 more words

Writing

Meditative Mexico

“I wish I was born Mexican.” — Morrissey

I’d never been this far south in Mexico. Not that I’ve widely traveled the country, but I’ve gone a few places, seen a few things. 2,173 more words

Hard Decisions

Chapter 31: On Being Hercules: Balancing Your Own Conviction with Support from Loved Ones

Three years ago today, The Guardian posted an article entitled “Top Five Regrets of the Dying,” highlighting some sobering epiphanies as experienced by an Australian nurse caring for patients during their final twelve weeks of life. 1,147 more words

Learning

Five Similarities Between Recurrent Pregnancy Loss and Adoption

As an established expert in recurrent pregnancy loss and miscarriage, I have a lot of opinions / thoughts / experiences in baby loss. And now as we venture further and further into the adoption world, I have started to discover the similarities between recurrent pregnancy loss and adoption. 955 more words

Recurrent Pregnancy Loss