Photo by Evelyn Chong on Pexels.com You are given the power to kill people simply by thinking of their deaths and twice repeating the word "goodbye." People would die a natural death and no one would suspect you. Are there any situations in which you would use this power? No. That is too much power … Continue reading Question of the Week #11
Brittany Murphy: an ID Mystery
Brittany was an up and coming actress who met her untimely end at age 30. Wikipedia. When I first saw this show on Discovery +, I had no idea how intense it was going to be. I remember when she died--it was very tragic as she was only 30 at the time. I'd only seen … Continue reading Brittany Murphy: an ID Mystery
We found out that my in-laws other dog died during the night. She wasn’t able to breathe and died around midnight. I don’t know how long she was struggling to breathe but that’s so sad. She was having breathing problems for a little over a year now (maybe more) but I think she was missing … Continue reading Goodbye, Dogs.
Question of the Week #3
Photo by Mike B on Pexels.com If you were to die this evening with no opportunity to communicate with anyone, what would most regret not having told someone? Why haven't you told them yet? I'm not sure who comes to mind, other than my husband, my mom, my dog, and a couple other friends and … Continue reading Question of the Week #3
Photo by Kateryna Babaieva on Pexels.com One of my in-laws' dogs died yesterday. I didn't find out until after 4 o'clock. I guess he hadn't been eating for three days and then he ate a little bit yesterday and promptly threw it up. He was taken to the vet's office and after some testing, discovered … Continue reading Goodbye.