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Kairos Network Blog: Stories and Essays on Death and Dying from Healthcare Professionals has picked up the story posted on Virtual Teahouse two years ago called: Douglas Firs Were Our Sanctuary. This edition is slightly edited and the collages were not able to be included. But the Andreya’s story (“A”) continues to ripple out into [...]
Guest post from Elizabeth Stauder. Liz lives in Central Oregon, but even as a young adult, she knows that her home is the world. She has just returned from living for eight months in Guatemala. During the time she was gone, her beloved friend Penny, a beautiful Golden Retriever, who had come into Liz’s life as a puppy on [...]
As tumors are shattering her bones from the inside, he asks God for healing miracles. Her relatives have not visited for more than a week (though part of that is denial). Still, he never leaves her side, grateful that being unemployed means he can be with her, sleeping in the hospital night after night, a [...]