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Nov 8, 2022Liked by Sari Botton, Laurie Stone

Always such fun to read you! At any age, we all need to eat cake with our hands!

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So true!

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Oct 30, 2022Liked by Sari Botton, Laurie Stone

It's both a gift and a relief to be able to look back, see what was unavailable to us then and make our amends to the degree we are able. I acknowledged all the ways I had hurt and confused my ex-husband 50 years after the fact as I tried to make my way into my adult life. He was, as he had been then, gallant and kind. I was grateful to be forgiven and he deserved my apology. Thank you for writing this Laurie.

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Thank you for writing what you have written. Please check out my stack!

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Oct 29, 2022Liked by Sari Botton, Laurie Stone

I loved this. I thought it was so powerfully written. It reminded me ever-so-slightly of Elizabeth Strout’s book “Oh William!” Just because the subject is the relationship between two long divorced people.

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Thanks greatly. I hope you will consider subscribing to my Substack. Lauriestone.substack.com/p/food

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Oct 28, 2022Liked by Sari Botton, Laurie Stone

So honest and so lyrical. Love it.

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Oct 28, 2022Liked by Sari Botton, Laurie Stone

Nice. Headstrong, a little chagrined, maybe not gonna change? Yeah, right there with you, darn it all.

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You can subscribe for free. Lauriestone.substack.com/p/food

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