By Kathleen Wright
My existence can top be defined as a sequence of odysseys, starting within the colonial interval, in Jamaica, a tiny island within the Carribean Sea, extending to nice Britain and at the moment settling within the us of a. For those trips, my position developed from that of a anxious, naive kid, to an self sufficient younger grownup, an abused spouse, a mom, a nurse, and a divorcee to that of a senior citizen dwelling in Athens, Georgia. i'm now 'at complete bloom', remembering the entire levels and completely having fun with this degree with the maximum contentment.
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At Full Bloom by Kathleen Wright