3 comments on “Please go read “Today I Am Paul,” by Martin L. Shoemaker

  1. Ooh, that was excellent. It had me crying by the end. I kept picturing my paternal grandmother (90 last fall) even though she isn’t bedridden nor suffering from dementia. Mildred’s plight reminded me of my maternal grandfather’s last days as my Mother and aunts took care of him. It was short and well paced. Not overly technical but descriptive. Well done Mr. Shoemaker.

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