Watercolor Memories of Mom

The author (center) with her late parents, circa 1971

Dear Mom,

This summer marks an unfathomable thirty-six years since you died. Sometimes it’s difficult for me to even wrap my head around the idea that I’m old enough to have been alive for thirty-six years, yet next week will mark my 52nd birthday. I have spent more than two-thirds of my lifetime without you.

If these facts weren’t enough to turn my hair white, there’s this nugget that I…

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