Thursday, April 22

something to check out

My wonderful sister-in-law lost her mother when she was a teenager. I can't imagine how difficult that would have been at such a young age. There are 9 kids in her family, so I basically think her dad is amazing. Anyway, he has just wrote a book about the experience. I haven't read it yet, but it is very clearly a tear-jerker. If you have a chance check it out.

Mom, Interrupted (A Young Family Faces Cancer)

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