Hallie Bateman and Suzy Hopkins

http://halliebateman.com/

Hallie Bateman is an illustrator and writer whose work has appeared in the New Yorker, the New York Times Magazine, Lenny, BuzzFeed, the Awl, and elsewhere. Her creative journal, Brave New Work, was published by MOMA in 2017. She lives in Los Angeles. Suzy Hopkins is a former newspaper reporter who since 2008 has published a quarterly magazine (Friends and Neighbors, www.seniorfan.com) for boomers and seniors in California’s Central Sierra. She is also Hallie’s mom. She lives in Columbia, California.

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What to Do When I’m Gone: a Mother’s Wisdom for Her Daughter

by Hallie Bateman and Suzy Hopkins

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- MARCUS AURELIUS

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