Mom and Anna Jean had been friends for as long as I could remember. They had a lot in common. Both married farmers and went to the same church. Both had six children— six daughters for Mom, six sons for Anna Jean. I remembered that Mom had mentioned that Anna Jean was going through a tough time. Her husband, Ralph, had recently died. They’d been married for 36 years.
Bring her flowers.
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October - November 2019