I am sitting at my home, self-isolating during this pandemic, waiting for my dear friend to die at her home. She qualified for medical assistance in dying this morning, and the end of life kit arrived just now. Stage 4 cancer. I feel deeply for those with loved ones in hospitals during this Covid-19 pandemic … Continue reading Waiting for a Friend
This sweet little thing came home with me one day. A ukulele. My hands did not pick it up and bring it to the cash register. My heart did. For a while I tinkered with the instruction book, learned a few songs, but only got so far. As a former classically-trained pianist, I was overthinking … Continue reading A Ukulele Joy Project
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Walking into a crowded place always makes him feel uncomfortable. He is introverted, but not shy. People call each other by name here, but nobody knows his name. Trying not to take up time or keep the next person in line waiting, he quickly orders his usual meal just to keep things moving. A small part … Continue reading The Regular