Who Are You Missing?

Oh, the cruelty of a virus that keeps us apart.

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My “baby” sister. I love her with all my heart. Ten years younger than me and my hero.

When our parents were diagnosed with Stage 4 Lung Cancer, less than two months before my own breast cancer diagnosis, my sister moved them into her home and basically gave up her life to care for them.

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Long-time writer and big-time dreamer. Screenwriter. Cat mama. Red lip aficionado. sherrymcguinn@gmail.com

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Sherry McGuinn

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Long-time writer and big-time dreamer. Screenwriter. Cat mama. Red lip aficionado. sherrymcguinn@gmail.com

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