I had always imagined I would take my little family to the ocean, somewhere in Italy. Little could have I have known that my wife would somehow be allergic to the pine trees there, or that the baby would catch a virus, and then my older daughter as well. The doctors came, the medicine was bought. They rested in the […]
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