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Morals, Ethics, and The Ultimate Choice

Choosing the manner of one’s death is not something we usually get to do. But Mom has. How? Why? What should we think about this? Continue reading

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Clever lady — 062211

She asked me to buy cellophane tape and proceeded to explain what she needed it for; an explanation I didn’t understand. So she showed me. Hiking up her pant leg, she revealed the WanderGuard taped to her skin high above the ankle. It was an odd sight, but one that smacked of genius. Continue reading

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