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Working moms who think that keeping a journal will help them become mystery novelists get around to doing it only very occasionally.
Reunion attendees do it with a bittersweet sadness and sense of what might have been, if only they had known how beautiful they truly were when young.
Ex-teachers regret doing it with class.
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