Jeremy's Choice

West, Marion Bond
June 2007
Guideposts;Jun2007, Vol. 62 Issue 4, p66
The article deals with the author's experience of getting close with her son. Whenever the author calls her son, he would either refuse to answer the phone or not talk at all. The author says that her son kept his grief to himself when his father died and locked the emotion where no one could get to, even him. The author gave a Persian cat to her son because she knows he likes cats.


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