Dana Klosner-Wehner’s work has been published in The Washington Post and Newsday. She was a weekly contributing writer to The Baltimore Sun for five years. She recently started writing personal essays. Her first, “My Mom the Worrier,” can be found in the new Chicken Soup for the Soul: My Crazy Family. She lives on Long Island with her husband and 100-pound lap-dog and loves when her two college kids come home and fill up the house.
A daughter imagines a film montage depicting her parents' solid 63-year marriage
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