The Comfort of the Ordinary — On Dying as We’ve Lived

Years ago, I heard about the death of an old family friend whom I’d loved as a child for her eccentric cooking habits, feeding her parakeets saliva-soaked crumbs from her lips, and letting me rap my knuckles on her wooden leg. Although I wasn’t with her at the end of her colorful life, I can almost…

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