Death Benefits (essay)

Life presents all kinds of challenges.  That’s what the minister told the congregation standing behind the polished wood casket at the front of the church.  It was like he was reading my mind.  As I was trying to respectfully remember Aunt Eunie, I couldn’t stop thinking about how difficult it might be to get urine samples from her nieces and nephews . . . (to be continued).

 

3 thoughts on “What I’m writing . . .

    1. This little piece, taking trying to take urine samples from relatives at a funeral, has turned into a personal essay and I sent it out trying to get it published in mainstream magazines and journals. If that happens Carolyn, I’ll let you know. As always, thanks for following me.

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