Allow Natural Death

An update of sorts

My own journey has felt difficult for the past few years. Becoming disabled, ongoing health challenges, my father’s death and my mother’s frailty; all have conspired to break me. Renovations are currently underway with no known completion date. I am currently keeping my focus on matters close to home. Writing a little. Speaking a little. Promoting and hosting Death Cafes. In the Fall of 2017 a chapter I authored will be included in a graduate text for Social Workers studying Death and Dying at the University of Toronto. Last week I was interviewed for a possible book re: Vermont’s Death with Dignity Law. (In truth, I spoke little of it and launched into my own talk of frail elders at the end of life.)

But the majority of my time is spoken for by Trudy and Malcolm. My Bodhisattva Puppies who make me the person that I am today.

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