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Scraps of Paper in the Wind

27 January 1964
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Hi, my name is Ruth. I'm a craftaholic. I knit, crochet, bead, make jewelry, try to sew, occasionally paint, and bake.
I have a cat Monty and a dog, Bailey Kilsocks. And I write fan fiction. I'll understand if you want to run away now.
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