Over the Hill

September 19, 2013 7:18 PM

A love letter 60 years in the making

My wife’s name is Mamie, pronounced MAY-me. It’s uncommon these days. Many people read it on her Medicare card or other records and say MAM-me, as though it were spelled Mammy.

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