Posted on April 9, 2018
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Today my dad would have turned 95, if he had survived this long. Instead, the ghastly, grotesque illness called Motor Neurone Disease (that’s MND in Australia, and ALS or Lou Gehrig’s Disease in the US) diminished him to death at the age of 67,…
Category: life and death, writingTags: Australian Story, Dad, death, Father, grief, Justin Yerbury, life, MND Australia, Motor Neurone Disease, remembering, Stephen Hawking
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