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I’m excited to see so many visitors to the hospice volunteering blog this week. I’m grateful to Hospice Care Ottawa for including the blog in their monthly newsletter for volunteers and staff. I hope that many readers will choose to follow the blog – that’s the easiest way to ensure that you keep receiving it on a regular basis. I don’t post a great deal – at most once a week, but often less, as life carries me away to other pursuits. There’s a button on the page that says “follow‘ – just click on that, give your email address, and you’ll get a message each time I post.

I have another reason to thank Hospice Care Ottawa – they graciously hosted the latest Death Cafe at the May Court Hospice on Monday. We had a great turnout – and from the buzz in the room I could tell that people were engaged in lively conversation. I know I had a great time with the three other people at my table!

I’ll keep you posted on other upcoming activities – here in Ottawa and elsewhere. In the meantime, feel free to share this blog, and to read the archived posts on this site. Thank  you!

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