I Choose to Remember the Bike Ride

“I took his calls for a while, but then, like everyone else, started ignoring him. Even as his alcoholism grew worse, no one did what my mom kept threatening to do: stage an ­intervention. We were all too hopeful, maybe. Too stupid, probably. Uneducated about the disease, definitely.”

Author: Tracy Ross
Source: Outside
Published: Nov 29, 2021
Length: 30 minutes (7,700 words)
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