Parents' juvenile behavior can worsen
pain of divorce
The photographs from my son Gabe's Bar Mitzvah sit on my dining room table, waiting to be ordered.
His Bar Mitzvah took place more than a year ago.
The handpainted needlepoint canvass that I am stitching for my husband's
50th birthday remains
unfinished. Never mind that he's now 51.
I am fundamentally a responsible and organized human being.
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