Rushing Age: Premature Planning for the Inevitable

Considering the Twilight Years for Parents Who Don’t Want To

Somewhere on the midnight highways leading home to my older brother’s memorial service, I temporarily set aside thoughts of his death to confront the oncoming future. He wasn’t going to be around to care for my parents.

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