An Old Woman’s Blue Eyes

I remember when I met Nil’s great-grandmother a few years ago at an engagement party (Nil’s mother was celebrating her engagement to her fiance), I looked into that old woman’s blue eyes and she held my hand in both of her hands and chuckled. She looked so peaceful and there was something about her that had me fall in love with her. Both of Nil’s great-grandmothers sat next to each other on a sofa in that living room, but it was Nil’s paternal…

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Author of ‘A Girl All Alone Somewhere in the World’, ‘Confessions and Thoughts of a Girl in Turkey’, ‘From Just a Girl Grown Up in America’. (Amazon.com)

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Author of ‘A Girl All Alone Somewhere in the World’, ‘Confessions and Thoughts of a Girl in Turkey’, ‘From Just a Girl Grown Up in America’. (Amazon.com)

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