MOMS

What Happens When a Pianist Becomes a Grocer?

She has six kids and hopes that one of them will carry the music forward

Author’s photo of mom at 85

My mom decided at 90 that she had crossed the finish line and was ready to sign off.

“I’ve done my work, and anyway, no one is supposed to live past 90,” she said.

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Jill Ebstein

Jill Ebstein

I’m a Curious George who loves wide lanes and the power of positive thinking. Humor, business, family/dogs, fiction (Alfred’s Journey 2023) www.jillebstein.com

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