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The Last Mile – Day 3

My mom and I had been through a lot together in the years leading up to her stroke. I was her fierce advocate in the healthcare jungle, her memory when she needed it, her caregiver, and her daughter. The day … Continue reading

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The Last Mile – Day 2

I’ve been thinking about my mom all day. Not mournfully, but instead placing myself back three years in time, and thinking about her incredible Eleanor-ness during the 13 days between stroke and death. In those days, I learned about dignity, … Continue reading

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#BlogElul 14: Remember

My memories have often burned with the heat of shame: being laughing at when I dropped my ice cream cone letting my family down by not being like them letting myself down by staying in bed and not greeting the … Continue reading

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