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The Big Move in Retrospect: Everything good and the bad about moving from Indianapolis to Chapel Hill

We moved around a lot when I was a kid, so I didn’t really have a home town. There were two years in Indianapolis, four in Virginia, two in Maryland, back to Indiana for two more years, until we landed in Louisville, Kentucky where we stayed for eight years. (Thank, God.) The summer before I... [Read More] The post The Big Move in Retrospect: Everything good and the bad about moving from Indianapolis to Chapel Hill appeared first on Jennette Fulda.
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