Category Archive: death

She Flies with Faeries Reviews: ANOTHER DAY by David Levithan

Title: Another Day Author: David Levithan My Rating: 4/5 Stars Every day is the same for Rhiannon. She has accepted her life, convinced herself that she deserves her distant, temperamental boyfriend, Justin, even… Continue reading

Because You Can Never Be Prepared Enough and He Has to Run Free

No matter how hard you try, you can never be prepared enough for death. You say you’re okay, say you’re fine, say it’s going to be fine, but there are some losses that… Continue reading

This Star Won’t Go Out — Book Review

  This Star Won’t Go Out Esther Earl A collection of the journals, fiction, letters, and sketches of the late Esther Grace Earl, who passed away in 2010 at the age of 16.… Continue reading

Goodbye Pumpkin

To say that I started this morning with a heavy heart would be an understatement. Our dog, Pumpkin, who just turned 6 last October 27, died. The sad part is I wasn’t even… Continue reading

Rest easy, little cat.

Last night, one of our kittens, Tulpo died.He lived quite a short life (barely three months), but he sure made a mark in our lives. In my life.See, he was a sweet, mischievous,… Continue reading

Life. Death.

Death is not the absence of life. Death, is being alive, and not feeling that you are. Death is the loss of yourself; Death is when you no longer no who you are,… Continue reading

Battling Addictions.

Death by an addiction could really be a big eye-opener. An addiction is an addiction. No, I do not stand by it, but I understand. There are some people who are lucky enough… Continue reading

The Aftermath.

Pointless is when you no longer see things the same way.Pointless is when you feel like you have so much to say, but nothing could be said.Pointless is thinking too much.Pointless is not… Continue reading