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Bystander with passing thoughts

Recently, my mother in-law had a massive stroke and as I write this, she lay dying in a bed in our front room that hospice delivered a few days ago. My wife and her siblings, along with their father, decided […]

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Bystander with passing thoughts

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Recently, my mother in-law had a massive stroke and as I write this, she lay dying in a bed in our front room that hospice delivered a few days ago. My wife and her siblings, along with their father, decided […]

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