Elizabeth Scarboro

True Story: On Being A Young Widow

This piece was republished with permission from Role/Reboot. Wednesday morning, 7a.m., the radio alarm blaring. Keep your eyes closed. Don’t move, because you have miraculously woken up in your old life. The bed’s warm, your husband’s snoring next to you. Only the snore is more of a low whine, accompanied…
By: Elizabeth Scarboro / January 30, 2014