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Myranette Robinson

You found the delightful side of life in a situation where most would see doom and gloom. I to share stories with my mother who is 92 and is showing some signs of dementia. I'm like Jackie that I'm also an only child with no children and I hope I find a trustful guardian like yourself.


Nancy - I love this story!


Nancy you are so lucky to have each other. How wonderful that stories make your lives so happy.
Keep doing the good work.

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