BECAUSE DEATH SHOULDN’T OVERPOWER LIFE.

“You’re throwing too much water at me”: On My Dad’s Last Words

The flowers I saved from his funeral.

You’d think it would be easy to remember your father’s last words, especially if you, like us, where there when he died and loved him as much as my mom, my sister and I do. Turns out, Death is messy, yet swift with its silence and discretion, and takes too much and too little time turning off…

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