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I was Born in 1980. Am I a Geriatric Millennial?

No, But I am Perpetually Disappointed and Stubbornly Resilient

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I am 41 years of age. Back in my childhood of the 1980’s I always knew adults were old, but as I made my way through the various ages in between 1 and 41, I did not know that I was already reaching my geriatric days. But a new term is sweeping the internet, largely because no…




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Jenny Justice

Jenny Justice

Poet | Mom | Sociologist | Author | Brings Poetry to life with empathy, connection, joy, justice, and feeling. Poetry Fangirl ❤POM Poet❤

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