Indelible Ink
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Indelible Ink

Moving Up to the Third Floor

A look at a life well-lived

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Mom passed away recently, after many years of living in a long-term care facility. She was 97, and death at that age isn’t exactly unexpected. But then again, when the end does finally come, it’s still a jarring shock for those left behind. So final. All we’re left with is memories. At least she died the way we would all like to go — quickly and painlessly, according…

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Ginger Henry Kuenzel

Ginger Henry Kuenzel

Author, journalist, editor, DE>EN translator. I color outside the lines, but stay on the page. Adirondack native. Humor writer. www.utopianstate.com

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