Hello, Indira. Thank you. You are most welcome. I will share a thing with you. Why this one sentence that resonates with you so much means a great deal to me as well. On my father’s side of the family, in the women, the mind is the first to go. I have seen it dwindle and wither away in my late Great Grandmothers and now, I am watching it pack its things and journey on from my Grandmother bit by bit.

I am terrified of that. None of them wrote/write. My Great Aunt is the eldest Writer in our Family. She’s quite well known back home and in various cities in New York where she lived for many years. She is 76, sharp as a tack. I call her twice a month. I speak to my Grandmother every Saturday and although they are sisters, one is teetering on the line of dementia and the other is not.

I fear, I will one day lose what keeps me going. I do not want to inherit a curse. I can only pray that I do not.

Thank you. I am glad the book arrived and so far you are enjoying it. That means the world to me. You are most welcome.

*big hugs*

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