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Thirty-seven years ago, my mother passed away. It was the middle of the week, a Wednesday, and we were living in Cunderdin, a small wheatbelt town on the Great Eastern Highway going towards Kalgoorlie. I remember I sent my two oldest daughters, Leanne and Diane, down to the post office to check if any mail had come for us. It was getting late in the afternoon and I was hurrying them up to catch...
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