A Family StoryLarge Print - 2010 | Large print ed.
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The photos are distributed on the walls, on Ginny’s desk, on the mantelpiece, the bed tables, the dresser. Once in a while, Ginny is brought down by the sight of them, or of any artifact connected to a memory. I am more often felled by mundane problems or momentary concerns, such as choosing a shirt to wear or remembering to take a pill – since nothing will ever be normal again.
On the weekend, we visit the cemetery. Each time, I go with a mixture of need and trepidation, because I know I may break down at the sight of the small rectangle of earth, the boxwood outlining it, the conical brass receptacle for flowers, and the marker, which is so definite.
There is no logic to the relationship of in-laws. The one you love chooses the one he or she loves, and the rest is up to you and that person.
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