Wednesday, July 6, 2022

Pure Flix Going Home Episode 6 Review & 3 Month Subscription Giveaway Ends 7/11

 Many thanks to Pure Flix for providing a sample of the product for this review. Opinions are 100% my own.

“Going Home” is a new series that follows an inspiring team of nurses who help guide patients and loved ones on the ultimate journey of transition from this world to their forever home. It’s a race against time as the team must help their clients find peace and wrap up loose ends with compassion and dignity.

The series stars Cynthia Geary as Charley Copeland, hospice nurse, Cozi Zuehlsdorff as Janey Richards, hospice nurse, Steve Lloyd as Scott Braverman, hospice home manager, Charisma Carpenter as Katherine Sumner (“Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” “Angel”), Mary Ray Hernandez as Sofia, hospice nurse, Christopher Wiehl as Alec Sumner, Aviona Rodriguez as Tamara, hospice nurse, Elly Sims as Courtney Sumner, and Trent Sims as Chad Sumner.

 Episode 6 is about Katherine having a dream about “Hospice Dog” and Charley offers to arrange K-9 Comfort to visit. Janey and her boyfriend get into a fight over him accepting a job that requires him to move from Seattle to Phoenix. Other nurses notice that Charley is struggling as Katherine’s health declines.

Katherine’s children are having a difficult time and Courtney is angry with Charley for not being there earlier. Katherine and Charley hash out their past and how their relationship dissolved. Losing a loved one is difficult and Charley’s job is to help make it easier to the family can all focus on their loved ones. Charley is emboldened by Katherine’s lack of fear and Katherine is comforted by Charley and feels safe with her. Charley takes Katherine to the sunken garden for a date with Alec it’s the place he proposed. Katherine asks Charley to watch over her family after she’s gone not to replace Katherine but to be herself and guide them through the process of a “new normal.” Vance from episode 2 visits the House for a Thanksgiving discussion about how the holidays aren’t the same


My Opinion: I must be honest this was a tough episode for me as I have lost so many loved ones in my life and a bunch before I turned 18 and went to funerals as a child. Seems like there was so much tragedy in my family tree; I lost my aunt when I was maybe 6 she wanted to adopt me and showed me so much love her husband my uncle was a logger and a tree fell on him and after she passed he went to be with her in heaven shortly after that. I have suffered so much heartache in this life and wonder if it is all worth it at times. I was helpless when my dad got rare stomach cancer in 2019 he was diagnosed in August and 2 days after Christmas he died and I wondered what is God’s plain as he was the one who worked hard his whole life. As I sit her crying thinking of all the loss I experienced it gets hard sometimes to be strong but I understand God has his reasons.

‘He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away.” – Revelation 21:4 (NIV)

God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear, though the earth give way and the mountains fall into the heart of the sea, though its waters roar and foam and the mountains quake with their surging. – Psalms 46:1-3

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