David Everett Fisher


Tag Archives: death

A Grieving Ice Storm

All the email said was 3:18. This is how I found out that the Death with Dignity drugs had finally worked for my grandmother. It seemed all so impersonal. I had just been at her bedside two days before basically … Continue reading

January 19, 2017 introspection , , , , , , , , , ,

Cracked Pot Meditations – The Only Way To Truly Know Yourself is to Die

Meditation for December 29th, 2016 The Only Way To Truly Know Yourself is to Die If you are reading this, then you are seriously trying to truly k ow who you are and what you are meant to do or … Continue reading

December 29, 2016 Meditation , , , , ,

Cracked Pot Meditations – You Can’t Escape Pain

   Meditation for April 19th, 2016 You Can’t Escape Pain There are a lot of things we face that causes us pain. We hurt when we get our hearts broken, or when we lose someone we love or even when … Continue reading

April 19, 2016 Meditation , , , , , , , ,

The Future is Longer Now

This is the first day of my brand new life. I woke up today without the crushing sense of dread that comes with waiting to die, even though I was just waiting to find out if I was going to … Continue reading

August 21, 2015 introspection , , , , ,

The Countdown to the Final Countdown

I was checking people out at my work when this lady started complaining me about the price of garlic. She kept saying that garlic is the price of chicken. She was very upset that her garlic was ringing up at … Continue reading

August 19, 2015 introspection , , , ,

There is Such Thing as Island Time

I have my CT scan appointment scheduled next week on the 18th. I got the call last Thursday, and it has reminded me how scared I am. My oncology appointment is on the 20th, so finally I can get a … Continue reading

August 10, 2015 introspection , , , , ,

Cancer Death Blues

I know, I’m sorry, I haven’t written in weeks. You were all probably at the edge of your seats wondering what I have been feeling lately. Is there a new food fad that he could blast? Does he still have … Continue reading

June 27, 2015 introspection , ,

Death Brought Me to Love’s Arms

Most of my days are spent in terror, but sometimes I think things are okay. I was on the 35 bus cruising down Greeley and watching the dusk turn into twilight, my favorite time of day, and seeing the trains … Continue reading

May 27, 2015 introspection , , , , ,