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My name is Julie, and I’m an adult … really

Accepting adulthood was a process for me. My path to adulthood was unusual. In many ways, I grew up more quickly than my peers. High school teachers were quick to compliment my maturity and good grades. Outwardly, I seemed to … Continue reading

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Imagining adulthood

As a child, I imagined plenty of adventures and scenarios. Some days I’d hop on my bed, tie the bonnet I got at the Laura Ingalls Wilder home under my chin, plant a chair (or in my imagination’s eye, a … Continue reading

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