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Coming Home

Coming Home

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Field Notes: Several months ago, Mackenzie and I moved from Utah to California to pursue medical treatment ...

Room for Doubt

Room for Doubt

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Dear Mackenzie, Funny how life seems to always be racing through this revolving door of new views, new habits, ...

Someone Else’s Story

Someone Else’s Story

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Dear Mackenzie, As promised, Katie, the night nurse, comes into the room every four hours to check your ...

Flight

Flight

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Dear Mackenzie, I’ve already forgotten their names and faces. Being new to the area, they were nice enough ...

Remains of the Day

Remains of the Day

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Dear Mackenzie, I start by turning on the water, sliding the handle until it points at 2 o'clock. The ...

The Friends You Keep

The Friends You Keep

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Dear Mackenzie, Before you, my group of friends mainly consisted of inappropriate bus drivers and single-mother cafeteria ladies who ...

To My Wife’s Organ Donor

To My Wife’s Organ Donor

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Dear Friend, The call could come at any time. During dinner, while the clothes are drying, at a ...

A Tale of Two Cities

A Tale of Two Cities

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  Well, it only took 12 hours, 3 movies, half an audiobook, two greasy bags of Jack in ...

While You Were Sleeping

While You Were Sleeping

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Photography courtesy of the amazing Kimbry Studios. Dear Mackenzie, You're sleeping right now; the sounds of the air purifier ...

Hunting Grounds

Hunting Grounds

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Photo by Evelyn Eslava Dear Mackenzie, In the hour it took me to start writing this, six people ...