Seven Years, Two Months, Nineteen Days

Just honestly, does anyone else secretly wish their parent would pass peacefully in the night??? Mom is literally down to sleeping 22 hours a day. My entire care of her consists of food, bathroom, shower.


So for two hours a day, her life is maintained, while mine sits on the back burner, waiting to start over.

This limbo time of nothing-to-everything is... fill in the blank...because I have a thousand words and no words to describe it.

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That Was Profound
by: Mary

I am there. We are there. Many more will be there, with you, in spirit. You have the gift that a true writer possesses. There is a book in you, somewhere....

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