How do you decide to kill a friend and companion of 14 years?

When do you come to the decision?

When she can no longer hear the barking in the street? When her eyes grow gray? When cancer is snaking up her bones and pain chews at her every waking moment? When there is no comfort you can offer her but death?

And how the hell do you live with it, afterwards?…

P.S.: One thought: If the roles were reversed, I hope she’d make the same choice to end my life.

I love you, baby girl…

About Julie Deshtor

Julie Deshtor grew up in the Soviet Union during the turbulent 90's, and moved to the United States shortly after the Soviet Empire collapsed in 1991. A bilingual author, Julie writes both fiction and poetry, as well as translating poetry and lyrics. She brings her rich cultural and life experienced to her fiction, exploring the psychological struggles of her characters with compassion and insight, as they navigate the murky waters of the modern society. Julie currently resides in Utah, USA. Her interests include art, world literature, zoology, anthropology and urban subculture
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