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Category Archives: Morbid adventure
What will you do?
I’m not sure what made me think of it this morning, but the last time I went out was February 23, the final day of the Indie Author UnConference at the San Francisco Chinatown Hilton. I had a wonderful Vietnamese … Continue reading
I’m usually the one behind the camera when my family travels, so there are lot of photos of my daughter — and some of my husband — but very few of me. I’ve gotten better about trying to get at … Continue reading
If I knew how to goit, I would goiter
The month after my brother died, my throat began to feel really weird: like my voice had turned sideways and lodged at the base of my neck. In the bathroom mirror, I saw a large round lump on the left … Continue reading
Death Salon Seattle
It’s taken me all week to decompress from my jam-packed weekend in Seattle. This was the seventh Death Salon (the third I’ve attended) and I met so many amazing, curious — dare I say morbid — people from around the … Continue reading
Summer is fading fast
This is not how I thought the summer would go: full of doctor appointments and hospital visits. I assumed that the neurologist we saw four days after school got out would have all the answers. I suspected my daughter’s headaches … Continue reading