Stitches: A Memoir Characters

David Small
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Betty

This woman was David's mother. She did not speak much, but she was prone to depression and anger. One of her methods of communication was banging dishes around in the kitchen. When she went to visit her mother, she opened up and became more talkative. She went out with friends. She also enjoyed having her bridge club over to her house, but her happiness never lasted long. She was angry at her son since the growth on his neck would cost him so much money.

She came to visit David in the hospital and offered to give him whatever he wanted. Later, he realized that it was because she thought he was going to die, and she wanted to say goodbye. He had asked for a book, and when she realized that he would live, she took the book away.

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