Posted by Quokkagirl Here’s Michael Jackson’s song Ben. It’s a companion piece to Death of a Best Friend because Michael is singing about his pet rat. Friendship – and all of the loves and griefs that come with it – knows no bounds. Ben the two of us need look
posted by Quokkagirl I received a moving email the other day from a friend telling me that Archie, her beloved and faithful old Westie had finally lost his battle with cancer. The last time I saw Archie was a couple of months ago – looking older but still the feisty
The Natural Death Handbook, Fifth Edition A thoroughly updated and revised edition of the Natural Death Centre‘s celebrated handbook. Now presented alongside a new collection of essays on death, dying and funeral practices by doctors, historians, authors, poets, theologians and artists including Richard Barnett, David Jay Brown, Dr Sheila Cassidy,
It’s intriguing to see what grabs the attention of people, especially when it’s something you don’t, yourself, reckon to be at all eyebrow-raising. Down in Cornwall, Penny Lally at Penwith Woodland Burial Place is burying pets with their owners. So remarkable is this reckoned to be that the story has
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