Irene Villa remembers with a photograph with her mother her recovery in the hospital after surviving the ETA attack that both suffered in 1991. The psychologist pays tribute to her mother during this confinement by the coronavirus with the terrible episode that has marked her life. “1991. The sky opened when I saw his smile again … after a long quarantine …”, he writes.
The journalist adds the hashtags “#estotambienpasara” and “saberquesepuede”, imbuing the future with optimism. An example of struggle demonstrated since she was 12 years old, when she unjustly lost her legs and three fingers to the hands of terrorists, at 41 she is a happy mother of three children and continues to look around with a smile.
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