Category Archives: COVID

A Friend who Made a Difference

At my age, it’s not easy to make new friends.  But four years ago, at the age of 99, Lee became my friend.  Just recently, a week after her 103rd birthday, she died. Many local tributes poured in to our town’s media.  Numerous friends offered insights into this extraordinary woman.  “Lee was intellectually curious, bold …

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