My Grandmother Wants To Tell You Something

A few reasons to believe in yourself, from a woman who would have wanted you to.

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When I woke up from surgery this past December, there was a text from my mom waiting for me: She’s not going to be with us much longer. She’s very near the end.

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Feminist, scientist. Battling chronic illness. Horse crazy. (she/they)

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Feminist, scientist. Battling chronic illness. Horse crazy. (she/they)

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