Nancy Roman

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The Non-Complaint Department

I overheard the most ordinary – yet extraordinary – conversation yesterday. Two friends were catching up after our Yoga class. One had just returned from visiting her son and grandchildren. “I see my grandchildren so much more than I ever thought I would,” the woman said. “It’s such an easy trip. Bradley [our Connecticut airport] is …

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Complaint Department

I borrowed my mother’s car this week, so my husband could work on our SUV. I’ve been driving the little convertible, but it’s winter, and Hubby doesn’t want to risk the convertible. It’s OK to risk my mother’s car. She’s 92. She doesn’t drive much. She had my sister drive her to the DMV to …

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