Breaking Out of My Bubble

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I was a child of the ‘60’s and ‘70’s who grew up in a lower middle-class household. My clothes were hand-me-downs (I was the third person in line to get them), and I often went around with a huge safety pin at my waistband to hold my pants up. Most of my other clothes were homemade. I was taught to sew as a child, and went to a fabric store to pick through the remnants table for…

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Constantly curious, dog-loving, anti-racism, politically progressive, book-loving, vegan lady. I want to keep learning every day, exploring other points of view

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Aunty Jean

Aunty Jean

Constantly curious, dog-loving, anti-racism, politically progressive, book-loving, vegan lady. I want to keep learning every day, exploring other points of view

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