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Kitchen All people deal with death in different ways In this story Mikage has to deal with death her whole life In her life everyone close to her dies first her parents when she was young then her grandfather when she was a young teenager her grandmother when she was in college then lastly her best friend and mentor Eriko The first two deaths did not affect her as much because she was young and did not realize the ramifications of death The last two deaths changed her life drastically These deaths made Mikage grow up and learn to be alone dealing with death by herself Mikage never had a chance to become close with her parents When they died her grandparents took her into there home and raised her the best they could When her Grandfather died she was older but still to young to really be affected by his death Her grandmother and Mikage then became very close They had each other and no one else Mikage whole life was her grandmother and the kitchen is where they came together and enjoyed each other company When her grandmother died Mikage was very distraught and really had nowhere to go The best way for her to cope with her passing was to go into the kitchen and remember the life she had When she couldnt sleep she would lay next to the refrigerator This put her to sleep When she laid here it was like the fridge was keeping her company Helping her to cope with being alone After her grandmothers death Mikage was taking in by Yuichi and his transsexual mother Eriko Mikage became very close to them they became her second family It was a rebirth of her life Mikage actually had someone to be with her Becoming very close to Eriko Eriko became her best friend and mentor When Eriko died Mikage had to yet go through
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