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I interviewed Mom after she decided to go into hospice care, ending her 2 1/2 year battle with pancreatic cancer.
Nancy lives in San Francisco for her everyday life because of the beauty, diversity, and accessibility, but her soul belongs to the cabin in MN that's been in her family for decades. She shares stories on family, values, and planning...
Jeff and I talking on the patio of our childhood home. He shares with me lessons he has learned about life.
My mom and I talked about her health and how she feels about how it has affected her life.
I weave my life into the greater story of 1934 to the present, the Great Depression, rural America, the child games we played, while man I would marry fire bombed Tokyo,the second world war, repression of the 1950s,west coast jitters...
Resons or choosing the California End of Life Option Act, and other life memories.
Teresa (daughter) and Rebecca (granddaughter) ask Mary Ann to share some memories while Rebecca cuts her hair. MaryAnn answers the best she can, but her memory is fading. She advises her children and grandchildren to "love each other no matter...
In this interview we talked about life on the homestead in wyoming, WWII, and his career as a music man.
Mindy (70) talks with her co-worker Zoe about her 48 year career as a nurse.
Talking with my mother as I have started to do hospice work to learn about her experiences with end-of-life care over many years.
Southern California Hospice Foundation executive director, Michelle Wulfestieg and development specialist, Dana Howorth discusses their story, purpose and the Heavenly Home Project.