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To the ends of the Earth

Jeannine Marx Fruci and her mother, Vivian Marx. (Christopher Anderson)
Jeannine Marx Fruci and her mother, Vivian Marx. (Christopher Anderson)

We often read about parents doing amazing things for their children. Taking a bullet. Donating a kidney. Mortgaging the house for college.

But how far and wide would you go to rescue an older parent from some horrible situation? In my Christmas Day story, Jeannine Marx Fruci talked about saving her mother's life in Aruba.

Would you have done the same?

(Photo by Chris Anderson/S-R)




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