I Can't Remember the Last Time I Wasn't Squashed by My Family
By Squashed Mom on June 06, 2012
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*In case you don't know, Jewish people wait at least a year before marking a grave with a stone. Then they do it with a prayer ceremony, to note the end of the first year of intense grieving and help loved ones move on into life.
Varda writes about Autism parenting, eldercare, grief, ADD, parenting in general, and tells stories from her wild and varied past on her blog, The Squashed Bologna: a slice of life in the sandwich generation. You can also find her on Twitter as @Squashedmom.
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