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Caregiver Humor

We had just run out of character bandages when my son scraped his knee, so I explained that we had to use a “plain one.” He stared at it and said, Where’s the airplane? – Jane Burruss My daughter final … Continue reading

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Love of a Sibling

My joyful, bright, freckle-faced younger brother was voted “Joe High School” in his yearbook. Less affable, more opinionated, I was voted “Most Likely to be Heard.” But decades later, no noise could stop the addiction Matt developed to prescription OxyContin. … Continue reading

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 Caregiver Humor

Something cute. I came home yesterday from work and Mom came out to the kitchen to greet me. I said, “Mom, you have on my sweat pants!” We each have a pair of soft, comfy pea green sweats. Hers are … Continue reading

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Who He Really Was

People say a mother’s love is blind, but that’s not true. For six years, I saw Tristan’s desperation and heard his lies, but that wasn’t the truth of who my son was. That was the shadow of addiction. I also … Continue reading

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Home is Where…

All our welcome and though we may not always agree, the love never ends Life is simple. You can watch and listen to whatever you want. You can laugh as loudly as you want . You can cry as much … Continue reading

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