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“Yes, My Queen, but only if you promise to come dancing with me again soon.”
It was Edna’s turn to laugh.
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“John, there is one thing I’d like to ask you to do for me—,” Edna began.
“Anything, you just say the word.”
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Jason chuckled as he packed up the equipment to return to his bag.
I guess medical science doesn’t have all the answers yet, he thought as he rose to join his parents, who were again dressed in modern clothing.
Father and son led Edna back up the stairs into a still uncertain, but slightly more hopeful future.

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2 Comments

  1. Jeanette Crouser
    July 17, 2010

    What a delightful, make you feel good story. I loved the ending, in fact I loved the whole thing. It was warm, full of hope, and what more could you ask for.

  2. Joline Lieck
    July 20, 2010

    I really enjoyed the story! It was very sweet and at the beginning I was guessing what was going on and at first pictured Jason as a teenager. Then you’re transported to another time and place. I spend a lot of time at the nursing home my grandma is in, and every person in there, whether they are aware of what’s around them or not, has a history. But it’s easy for most people to forget that and disregard them, and to even forget about their loved ones when they can no longer remember who we are, and I think stories like this are important to show that these people were once vibrant, young, no different than us in their prime. My own grandmother is a dementia patient, but she was fun-loving and LOVED to go dancing! She always said my mom and I, and her own loved ones, were the best medicine…. There is a message to be gained from this story and I do feel it’s an important one, and the ending brought a smile to my face. On behalf of myself, and of those who suffer from aging illnesses such as this one, as well as on behalf of the families who go through it with them, THANK YOU!!!

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