Laurie Kilmartin’s tweeting while her father was in hospice quickly garnered press and Twitter followers. Her comments are as painful as they are hilarious and give voice to the very human thoughts we keep to ourselves as a loved one passes from life to death. Filmed at The Lyric Theater in Los Angeles, California, Laurie speaks about cancer, hospice, death, grieving, and funerals.
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