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Despite her own poor health, Margaret selflessly spent her days knitting quilts for her fellow hospice patients. As her disease progressed and it became increasingly difficult to complete her quilts, I learned to knit to help her in her endeavors. When I told Margaret I had learned to knit, tears fill her eyes as she told me that I had given her hands back. As we were knitting together or as she watched as I knit, Margaret would tell me stories about her time as a nurse, her regrets and joys, and pieces of wisdom she wished to impart upon me.

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