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Friday, September 18, 2009

Never Too Late to Learn

Even though I've written a book on the subject, I've signed up for an online college class on dying, death, and bereavement. I've been watching my aunt and grandmother slowly slide the slippery dying slope for the past ten months. I figure I'm about to have a crash course in death and bereavement, so I might as well learn how to do it right.

Can you believe I am actually excited about taking a course about such as "grave" matter? Pun intended. This week, I got the $112 used text book in the mail. (Can you say death of a checkbook?) Since the class starts on September 28, I plan to read the first chapter before I embark on my week-long trip to the Dominica Republic this coming Friday. I emailed the instructor two weeks ago to let her know that I would not be in class the first week, but she hasn't replied. I hope she hasn't died.

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Sun Singer said...

I hope they save a plot for you when you walk in the door after the first week of the course.

It will be interesting getting your take on the course after it's over.


Yvonne Perry said...

"Plot" in class or the cemetery? I love your use of words, Malcomb! LOL!
I am enjoying the class. It and this blog is keeping me sane right now.