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My mother kept a lock of my hair from the first time I had my haircut as a baby. I remember seeing an envelope with a lock of hair inside as well as a card from a hospital nursery.
Imagine a family member dies, let’s call her Aunt Jo. Aunt Jo lived with you in the same household. A week after she died, four pieces of mail arrive for her in your mailbox.
Kate Spencer’s mom died of cancer. She was 27 then. To help her navigate through her grief, she wrote The Dead Moms Club. Here’s a blurb from Amazon: In The Dead Moms C
I enjoy my phone conversations with my stepdaughter. Let’s just call her Anna.* She’s a musician in her early 20s and lives in another part of Canada. Anna is one
I’m Iris. A perfectly imperfect human. I’m pleased to meet you! Among other things, I’m a mother, a cohouser and an impresario of events that invite people to tal
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