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Standing the Watch: The Greatest Gift

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In this expanded second edition of STANDING THE WATCH: The Greatest Gift, R. J. Brown weaves excerpts from the medical log she had to keep for the State with memories, e-mails, essays & useful lists, as she stands The Watch for her beloved Poppa's final days. At 89 years of age, Lincoln Brown, in a Seattle hospital is told by his doctor that he has only three months le ...more
Paperback, 228 pages
Published July 1st 2008 by Big River Press
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Glenda Bixler
Standing The Watch:
The Greatest Gift
By R. J. Brown
Big River Press
ISBN: 978-0-9798744-3-7


You may think by reading the blurbs for Standing the Watch: The Greatest Gift by R. J. Brown that this book is about death and dying. It is not!

This book is about Life! And giving the greatest gift that can be given to a parent or loved-one(s)—giving them the best possible life they can have as they live out their last days, months or years! For my mother, who had been living with me for many years, it was
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Barbara
I believe it is a very well written book by R.J.Brown's due to personal experience, commitment and caring for her beloved father-in-law,it is a book that should be on every ones reading list.
It is a great gift if some one can give the gift of standing watch, taking care of there aged parent's and not dumping them into a nursing home.
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