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As My Mother Lay dying

A daughter’s moment of remembrance

It’s a surreal feeling watching my mother die. I’m sitting beside her bed as she tries to breathe, with incredible difficulty. I feel helpless. This year has been nightmarish for her. She contracted Covid 19 at the beginning, but thankfully she was A-symptomatic. The nursing home was in lockdown for over a year. We had to walk by her window with signs saying, “We…

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Lulu deCarron

Lulu deCarron

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