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The Endless Rituals of Preparing for the End of My Father’s Life

It seems I’ve danced these steps so many times

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I stood in front of my recycle bin for at least five minutes today, tossing out one page after another, items I had cleared out of my 79-year-old father’s file cabinet. He said he didn’t need them anymore. Twenty year old Christmas cards. Letters from his high school friends in…

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I will write until I’m free.

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Yael Wolfe

Yael Wolfe

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