Author's Note: Something is wrong with Margit. She parked her car at a crooked angle in the parking lot of Time in a Bottle, Kiki’s store, and that’s not like at Margit at all. The older woman is a stickler for having everything just right. Clancy and Laurel confirm they’ve seen signs Margit is losing her hearing and her sight. Is this a manifestation of stress? Margit’s mother is in a care facility designed to cope with her Alzheimer’s. And if it is due to the stress in Margit’s life, what—if anything—can Kiki do about it?
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The question took me totally by surprise. I chewed the air and struggled for a response. But Clancy, bless her heart, was ready, willing, and able to jump into the fray.
To be continued....
I'll post Part IV next week, here. Please stick around to see what happens--it'll be a surprise to me, too!
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