Monthly Archives: March 2011

View of the Falls

At the end of February, on a Monday morning, I heard noises coming from Mom’s room. I knocked and opened her door to find her sitting on the floor with her legs splayed open and a large knot on her … Continue reading

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Painless

The other day, Mom complained that she had a “tooth ache.” She corrected herself and said of course she didn’t have any teeth, and so it was a “gum ache.” I asked her if she had cleaned her plate lately … Continue reading

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