Your mom and I never talked about cancer survival rates, and the doctors never mentioned them to us, either. A couple of websites I checked out encouraged the patient and his or her family to stay away from such statistics. So did a book… Continue Reading “What I Want You to Know About Survival Rates”
We were waiting in line at Legoland for a roller coaster you had been wanting to try all day when you started to get anxious. “I want to get out of the line,” you said. “I don’t want to do this ride anymore.” I… Continue Reading “What I Want You to Know About My Imperfect Wife / Your Perfect Mom”
Your memories of your mom are fading, as much as we both fight to keep them alive. More and more when I ask you if you remember the way she would do something or something she liked to say, the answer is, “No.” “Do… Continue Reading “What I Want You to Know About Faded Memories”
No blog post this week due to a very full and very fun weekend at Legoland. Hope everyone reading had a spectacular holiday or, if you’re not in the U.S., a decent Sunday.