Tag Archives: death

Waiting to Be Born

My cousin died eleven years ago today. She was twenty-five that year, I was twenty-four. It was a Tuesday that year, too. I tried to avoid Thanksgiving altogether by purposefully getting wasted the night before, thinking I’d be too ill … Continue reading

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O Death

O, Death O, Death won’t you spare me over til another year … — Unknown — I think a lot about death. I don’t think a lot of death, but recently I began to consider a notion of Death as … Continue reading

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Bye, Ray

One question I’ve been asked a lot recently is what will I remember most about Raybo, or what was my *favorite* memory?┬áThe quick answer to what I’ll remember most about him would be his daughters: Cricket, Amos, and Margaret (aka … Continue reading

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