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The Slowly Aging Tightrope of Motherhood
Published on Tuesday, July 9, 2013 by I will never forget the feeling.  A tiny hand nestled in my own.  Small, sweaty and so familiar.  I can’t remember the age you are no longer allowed to hold your child’s hand.  Certainly by two or three you hear firm demands that there will be no hand holding as you both cross the street.  Being older and much bigger, this merely makes you smile as you reac...
Published on Monday, February 4, 2013 by The little boy in preschool. The girl who sits next to you in first grade. The group of kids you hang with on your street. Your very best friend in high school. The girl who lives in the dorm room next to you. Your first roomie after college. Your new husband. Your mother. The woman across the street. And finally, as she holds your hand in your final hours, y...
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