Tag Archives: Death and dying

Death Do Us Part Together

I read a news report yesterday about a missing young couple found dead in the desert, a murder suicide.  The bodies were locked in an embrace.  They were wandering and lost and dying of thirst and heat and hunger, it … Continue reading

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Farewell hepatitis, hello ESLD

Those who read my earlier blogs about  hepatitis C may remember that after some struggles I enrolled in a clinical trial which successfully wiped out the virus.  My trial involved an experimental combination of drugs formulated by Bristol Myers,  and … Continue reading

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I Would Do Anything For Love

My mother started getting better just when we became accustomed to her decline. Her feet healed, she hobbled into my car and we drove to the store to buy new sneakers, her first shoes since the accident, little by little … Continue reading

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Lessons About Death and Love-I Go to School

About my father after my mother came to Vermont-I am not sure that the bachelor life at 90 is much fun. Even if you think your life is full it is lonely making single sandwiches and tiny salads and going … Continue reading

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