I always expected my ninety-two-year-old father to die alone in his apartment; I never anticipated he’d go insane first. I was hoping he could keep it together a little longer, hold out for another week until I got there (but no).There’s never a good time for a crisis, especially when it involves a crazy man.
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About the Author
Gene Palmisano is the author of Thank God I’m Frank. He has published numerous biographies and short stories in newspapers and national magazines. He writes books and blogs from his ranch in the wilds of Colorado, where he lives of grid with his wife Robin.