Cambrian: Opinion

July 11, 2014 2:18 PM

Words to make an editor blush

People often reflect on their lives and who it was that made such a difference to them, made them better, helped make them who they are today. Very often it is a teacher, a camp counselor or a crazy aunt (I hope I’m that to some, even the honorary kind). It’s funny, but the two people who come to my mind both had something to do with the written word.

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