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The Last Time I Saw Bruce

I grew up that evening

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When I was a student at University, the constant flux of new faces and experiences was almost too much to handle. Having been educated in an all girl school, I was a bit at a loss with how to cope with boys. It was a steep but enjoyable learning curve, punctuated by elements of uncertainty, stolen kisses and alcohol.




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Carol Price

Carol Price

I used to be something else, but now I can hold my head up and say I am a writer. Retired doctor. Passionate about empowering people. Editor of Illumination

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