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You know, this thing struck me about blogging recently… It’s made me have more faith in people, not less. I’ve always been the kind of person who tends toward suspicion, even as a child. I remember going to work with my father one day, I think I was about twelve, another executive had brought his little boy, he was about half my size. It was a more trusting time, but I wasn’t a trusting child. I remember walking around the […]
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A little less elegant than at the Rathbone home, but then I doubt he would be in a dressing gown, or Angela in full costume.
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