This is the fifth and final part of a series about Lorene who was born and raised in Kentucky but moved to a small farm in Adams County, Ohio with her husband and two minor children in Lorene was ninety-two when she enrolled in our hospice program. Lorene fiercely and courageously fought to maintain her independence, but moved to a long-term care facility when she could no longer live alone. When trying to live gets to be too much trouble, you are ready to go on. But if I live on in the flesh, this will mean fruit from my labor; yet what I shall choose I cannot tell. For, I am hard-pressed between the two, having a desire to depart and be with Christ, which is far better. It was so fast. I was wide awake. A friend of mine saw a full angel in her sunroom a few years ago. And a lady at Cedar Mills saw an angel all around the children who were working on some kind of special project and she died shortly afterward.
The song first appeared on Surfacing , the Canadian singer's album. The lyrics are about the death of Jonathan Melvoin — , the Smashing Pumpkins ' touring keyboard player, from a heroin overdose,  as McLachlan explained on VH1 Storytellers. Outside North America, the song has charted in several countries in the years following its release, including reaching number seven in Ireland in and number nine in Norway in McLachlan said that writing it was easy, "a real joyous occasion",  and that "the bulk of it came in about three hours. I've never done heroin, but I've done plenty of other things to escape. The song has a sparse arrangement—mostly McLachlan at the piano, with subtle upright bass played by Jim Creeggan of Barenaked Ladies. It was recorded in the key of D-flat major.
The album has peaked to number 6 on the UK Albums Chart. Consisting mostly of covers, the album was recorded over a seven-day period in January The album's title comes from the line " you're in the arms of the angel ", from the Sarah McLachlan song " Angel ", which is one of the songs McDonald covered for the album.
I understand that, and accept that. It's really cool to be able to connect with someone who shares all of those things with me. There may be underlying personality similarities, but if the answer to "what shall I do next" is always trumped by a Morman frame of reference for one partner, but not the other, conflict is inevitable. Good luck to both of you on working this out, and if you decide that interfaith marriage is something you can handle and your gentlemen turn out to be the right men for you, then welcome to the club. If you are worries about her or her family trying to convert you, be honest. You have been blessed with the equipment to make such decisions.