My mom had a stroke part 39: Drumbeat so omnipresent

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There comes a point, it seems, in a family chronic illness health saga, when something happens and you…just don’t talk about it. You don’t raise it with anyone, you don’t acknowledge it, it happens and it’s dealt with and that’s that.

I hit that point last week.

Perhaps, as I’m telling you about it now, it’s a little disingenuous to claim it as one…

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Writer of humorous science fiction, preventer of doomsday at the hands of Aunty Ida, and cozy mystery author. Check out my books: http://goo.gl/mGO2Gp

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Isa-Lee Wolf

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Writer of humorous science fiction, preventer of doomsday at the hands of Aunty Ida, and cozy mystery author. Check out my books: http://goo.gl/mGO2Gp

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