Who would gaze at a painting filled with flowers and sunshine and people at their leisure, both young and old, and see sadness and “the… Read More »Falling into a Picasso: Flower seller by Ann Hutton
Stories about living and dying.
A few days ago, I got an email from a friend of mine in Denmark, telling me that her mother was dying and would I… Read More »Words Written to Ease the Passing of My Friend’s Dying Mother by Mitch Ditkoff
I understand the fear of death. As a child, I was afraid to sleep. I was terrified that I would die each night. The plaque… Read More »I USED TO BE TERRIFIED OF DYING by Lynda Carré
As an older mother, I sense that my role has morphed into something like a reverse mortgage. I’ve put in nearly eighteen years of equity… Read More »The Last Time by Kathleen McKitty Harris