Living with a cancer afflicted parent — A Series — Part 45

Growing up and growing old

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“Will you discuss with your manager, the dates of your visit?”, Dad messaged me one Friday morning, while I was in office. “Haven’t yet. Probably, tomorrow,” I replied. “I think it’s better you complete your probation period and then plan a visit. Don’t get careless with work,” he said. “I will manage, Papa,” I replied. This is Dad, who

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