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The Project 4031 Blog

Sharing stories, experience and advice for anything related to end of life care.
Chaaya

Chaaya

Chaaya was a typical, fun loving eleven year old when she was first diagnosed. Within a year of her diagnosis, this sweet, vivacious young lady became terminal. Her last dream was to have a “Classy Vintage Carnival” birthday party. She wanted games, pizza,...

Andrea

Andrea

Meet Andrea. She is a remarkable young lady currently waiting for a triple transplant of heart, liver, and kidney. As she is spending more time in her room and bed due to her condition, she asked for a room makeover to go from a little girl’s room to a...

Helping Dispel 5 Common Misconceptions About Grief

Helping Dispel 5 Common Misconceptions About Grief

Reprinted with permission from “Center of Loss,” by Alan D. Wolfelt, Ph.D. For more information on grief and healing and to order Dr. Wolfelt’s books, visit www.centerforloss.com. Our society continues to perpetuate a number of misconceptions about grief and mourning....

Remembering Our First Fulfilled Dream

Remembering Our First Fulfilled Dream

We have Fulfilled our first Dream!!! Baptist Hospice reached out to us to help Fulfill a dream for a loving family who just lost their husband and grandfather.  This sweet man and bride took their grandson in when he was just a few weeks old and over the years they...

Mr. Roy Mercer

Mr. Roy Mercer

Project 40:31 Foundation was honored to have Girling Hospice by Gentiva Wichita Falls reach out to us on behalf of their patient Mr. Roy Mercer.  Mr. Roy Mercer is a life long and devoted fan of the Texas Rangers.  Watching the Rangers on television is one of his...

Sucker Punch – Journey of Renewed Faith

Sucker Punch – Journey of Renewed Faith

by Joshua Robertson In the hustle and bustle of this thing called life I found myself going through the motions.  I felt like I was a good husband, a good father, worked hard, went to church, did the right things, and quite frankly things were going smooth.  I knew...