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  1. Colleen Hannegan
    Colleen Hannegan at |

    Ok, your love of life is shining bright here, even if you are talking about death before, during and after. No exclamation point. I see your point. Love life while it’s right now, and watch what happens. Hopefully it will include a trip to Australia, New Zealand or Canada! Oops, I let one slip.
    Your readers appeciate your views, whether they’re in a room of hospice patients or along a solitary country road.
    Keep on telling it.

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  2. Gwen
    Gwen at |

    Well, hmmm, that is one heck of a recommendation. I’m in. It sounds like you’re definitely onto something here with the “aliveness” of it all. Thank you for sharing this – your journey – with all of us. It’s so much more important (sorry, but it is ) than the top 10 things to do in Bora Bora.

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  3. Becca Rowan
    Becca Rowan at |

    I fell in love with hospice when my mother died last year. What a blessing it was for her and for me. I have thought about volunteering myself. I will definitely read this book.
    I’m glad you’re sharing this journey of yours, I look forward to reading more.

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  4. Elinor
    Elinor at |

    If life is a journey, death is a destination? (so your blog is sort of travel related.)

    I like to talk about death, as in, it’s not a scary topic for me and I wish more people would be open to talking about it. I’m happy for you that you have found a community to talk with. If I wasn’t so maxed on volunteering projects, I’d sign up for hospice volunteering based on your blog. Happy reading. 🙂

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