"I was in sixth grade when my mother was diagnosed with breast cancer. She decided to experiment since she wasn’t interested in chemo.”
“George died when he was forty. It seemed like the end of my life. Except, I had seven children and I had show them how you accept things like that.”
"You see a strong person who has always been independent become a child. It was very, very hard for her, and for me. "
“My grandmother had a clock that chimed the hours and it kept me awake, and then I could hear them talking and it was like duh duh duh duh now you know the truth.”
“I’m very thankful for all the things that I have now, due to the fact there were a lot of things we didn’t have during the depression. Very much so... very thankful for everything we have.”
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