On Dying at Home, the Way Grandma Wanted It

I wish you had known Margie, dear reader. She was a force of nature. I think we use that term when we encounter someone who stands out of the normal human experience, when someone resembles weather more than they present as a person. People are mostly landlocked and earthbound and mope about one foot in front of the other from one gravity-pulled spot to the next. Some do it quickly and some do it slowly. Some with…

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Julio Vincent Gambuto

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