Tag Archives: Family

Knowing You’re Gonna Crash…

When I started this blog, I thought I’d be posting all the time. Because, Huntington’s is on my mind– All. The. Time. However, it’s been the opposite. I seem to avoid these pages for that very reason. I can hardly … Continue reading

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A Bonus, Love Story

Originally posted on TALES FROM THE MOTHERLAND:
I’m writing this for the Weekly Writing Challenge: Characters. Check it out and give it a try. Her scent often announced her presence, long after she’d come and gone. Shalimar and cigarette smoked…

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To Each His Own… Troubles.

Originally posted on TALES FROM THE MOTHERLAND:
I’ve said it before, life is not about fairness; it isn’t fair.  Each of us has our own troubles to work through and who hasn’t said, at some point, this just isn’t fair.…

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Ode to Birthdays Missed…

Originally posted on TALES FROM THE MOTHERLAND:
(September 16th) Today is my mother’s 68th Birthday.  She lives in a nursing home near me and is in the final, agonizing stages of Huntington’s Disease. When I called her, to wish her…

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