A resolution fulfilled

Every year I promise myself that I will look back on what was accomplished with a somewhat less critical eye than I generally approach everything else. It’s a year’s end resolution that I fail at regularly. 

Two experiences in the past few months have made the self-imposed task more difficult to ignore.

The first came in September. After several months of talking with local residents of manufactured home parks . . .

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