In sickness and in health

We’ve always held tight to each other.

Normally, most people these days advise against the wisdom of choosing a life partner when you’re 19. No one advised us against marriage, in large part because marrying young was normal to our parents. But we tied the knot just eight months after meeting and then we grew up together, making lots of mistakes along the way. Twenty-eight years later, we’ve been through poverty, disability, and colon cancer. And I wouldn’t change any of it if it…

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Holly Case is a writer and aspiring therapist living in Texas. I’m obsessed with making the world a kinder place. Top Writer in Parenting.

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Holly Case

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Holly Case is a writer and aspiring therapist living in Texas. I’m obsessed with making the world a kinder place. Top Writer in Parenting.

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