I’ll Be Seeing You (by Elizabeth Berg) … touching memoir

This was a very touching memoir of the author’s parents and their declining years.  I am so glad she shared this story with readers.  It is important to see how she and her sister handled their parents and their situation when they got to the point where they could no longer live in their home.  You learned some background of her early years as the daughter of a father who was career military.  The relationship her parents have is front and center and a huge part of the issues they were experiencing.

The author and her sister lose their patience but are determined to help their parents as much as possible.  It was emotional to travel with the author as she and her sister navigated the ability to find appropriate care for her parents…especially her father and his mental dementia.

Thank you to NetGalley and Random House for my advanced review copy.  All opinions and thoughts are my own.

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