Marcia Aldrich on why cell phones, so thin and light and little, don’t seem fitting for momentous calls, for life and death communications, or for last words.
Peering into the mirror of her mother, Marcia Aldrich wonders whether she too is sentenced to dementia.
Two women, 20 years apart, on the choice they both made.
Their mothers were secrets, right up until their deaths.
Two women share a history of daring, of lost direction, of dark bedrooms, and an enforced silence they finally break.