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Liv Fun

by Leisure Care
Winter 2014
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With These Hands
by Cameron Stark

Land locked between Mozambique and South Africa sits Swaziland, a country about the size of New Jersey, where more than 60 percent of the population lives in poverty, the average life expectancy is 46 years old, and one in six children under the age of 15 are parentless from HIV/AIDS.
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Tales From Lickskillet
by Sally MacDonald

My mother’s family homestead is at the leafy green intersection of Johns Road and Johns Gin Road, named for her people who farmed cotton and ginned it there. They called it a plantation. But even in its heyday it wasn’t one of those gracious Gone With the Wind plantations that sprawled across the Civil War landscape of the South.
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How to Cope When Mental Illness Hits Home
by Evan Kimble

My daughter-in-law hates me and has said vile things to me. She thinks I’m evil, and she’s stolen my son from me. When they first started dating, she adored my son and was very good to me. After they got married, she somehow decided I was the enemy.

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