“You’ll like it here,” my children said, moving me from my home to Assisted Living.
My room overlooks the parking lot. Outside my door an endless corridor leads to the elevator. In the lobby old people play little games to pass the time.
Seems to me more like Assisted Dying.
Catherine Mathews, a retiree of the Foreign Service, spent time in Paris, Rome, Tel Aviv, Athens, Frankfurt and Istanbul. Now living in northern Virginia she has published a memoir, and enjoys writing short fiction.