2018 Hospice Cup
Known as the "World’s Largest Race for Charity," Hospice Cup has been a staple of Annapolis for many years. Although the race was cancelled due to weather this year, the after-party at Bert Jabin Yacht Yard was a major success. Attendees enjoyed a silent auction and entertaining atmosphere all in the name of hospice care. It was an honor for Brendan Sailing to be included for the second year in a row, and we look forward to the presentation of the DONNYBROOK-BRENDAN Trophy in 2019, given to the Hospice Cup team with the most youth sailors under the age of 18. Be on the lookout for us in 2019!
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I gazed at the hospice medical caretaker's clipboard of notes, her purple cleans, her document loaded up with Momma's wellbeing history, and I paid attention to the clicking of her pen and never looked at her without flinching. She didn't have a place in our home. She was simply loaded with bogus data, critical with age, and her negativity about Momma's life expectancy was causing the house to feel claustrophobic, similar to a final resting place. She was shutting the top.
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