By Judy Kurtz
The senator’s daughter, whose father, David Esposito, was murdered in 2005, describes the pain of visiting her grandmother as she stayed in the intensive care unit and then taking her to hospice care, writing, “Watching someone die is a much different experience than being told someone has died.”
The New School grad writes that after her grandmother died, “I remember my aunt making us take a shot of Skyy vodka, Mimi’s drink of choice.”
McCaskill, 60, tweeted a link to her daughter’s blog post on Thursday night, writing:
My mother cast a big shadow in our family.
My daughter captures her love for her and the pain of memories. I'm proud. http://t.co/jnU2nEqL9t— Claire McCaskill (@clairecmc) October 18, 2013