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Hospital Slippers

I wanted him to live forever, but of course that was not to be. The journey of my father’s decline began with more frequent trips to the emergency room–congestive heart failure had hooked its talons into his increasingly frail body. … Continue reading

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The Mourner in the Corner

Remembering the Father of My Children On this Father’s Day, I am thinking of my children’s father, and  my children. At his funeral last December I was the “mourner in the corner.” Widows can weep openly,  but ex-wives ache–ache over lost … Continue reading

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