The two sisters, as young girls, braided each others hair, borrowed sweaters, met boys at dances, and shared endless secrets, dreams, hopes and fears.

The two old sisters, both now widowed, wash each others hair, borrow sweaters, visit their husband’s graves, share a lifetime’s memories, griefs, and experiences and, while holding hands, enjoy the sunset of their lives.

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Betty’s Cross

It’s nice when the departing, dying mother does not screw her daughter into a dead light socket like Betty’s mother did.
Linnie said, “Yes I strangled your mother while you ate a sandwitch in the hospital cafeteria, and so have a obedient life sucker.

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