Explaining Bill Clinton

Last year at this time, I was living in the country, in a Western state. It was an awful winter, and I was dealing with various challenges: heating the house from a big woodpile, negotiating unpaved country roads with a 4-wheel drive, having my house ransacked and robbed by someone who really knew how to drive a 4WD. And then there was my full-time job as a Life Skills teacher in a privately owned and operated medium-security prison for...

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About the Author

Marylee Mitcham, a licensed acupuncturist and author (An Accidental Monk), lives in State College, Pennsylvania.