Shelley Michael Waldenberg
By Shelley Michael Waldenberg
My Father’s Funeral
Growing up, there were days when my sister and I felt we were living in a madhouse. When our father was in a good mood, he was funny and kind, intelligent and learned; and the next moment, for no apparent reason, he screamed at us, and remained sullen for hours. We wanted to run away….
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