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After being sober for 7 years, she relapsed and went to jail
I am from a little country town called Americus, Ga.--President Jimmy Carter land. I was raised in a Christian home. My father was a pastor and my mother was a teacher. There is a saying that children of preachers and teachers are the worst behaved.
There may be some truth to that. I was my mother's only child. My father had three other children beside me. I grew up by myself. My siblings and I were never close. We are not close to this day. My parents taught me all about God and right from wrong. Most of the time I was a good child.
She found herself glamorizing drinking and had to remember to watch the movie all the way to the end
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