When we allow ourselves to think about death, we often choose to think about relatively happy circumstances: dying at a ripe old age, at home, in bed, surrounded by family.
In real life, it's seldom that way. 80 percent of Americans die in hospitals or nursing homes.
Debra Zaslow did not want that fate for her grandmother, her bubbe.
So she brought the 103-year-old woman home, to live out her final days there. The poignant story is told in Zaslow's book Bringing Bubbe Home.