Grandma and Grandpa moved in here before they were Grandma and Grandpa, when they were still Mom and Dad. They were in their 40s. Grandpa died in 1...
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Have we become so distracted and disconnected that we now have to thank each other for basic kindness, as if remembering what another is living is somehow an extra service and not an integral part of relationship?
Mid-autumn, when all of nature seems to be dying, has long been the season to observe feasts of the dead in Northern cultures.
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