Anne Eldridge was born in India under the Raj. She returned to England with her family after the Second War, where she earned a degree from the London School of Economics. A fortnight before the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, she purchased a small cottage in a village near Salisbury, a home she shared with many generations of cats until she passed quietly away in her sleep in the summer of 2011. She never married.
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(c) 2017, Madison Lawson I decide to write her a letter. Texting is too informal. Calling or talking in person is too scary. So, I’m going to buy stationary. And a new pen. Not that I don’t already have paper and pens at home, but it all seems… unworthy of the letter. So I go […]
JOHN IS A GREAT GUY Alex is at his home; that’s where he’ll be, in his single bed, which is exactly the size of Ben’s. In cases like this the second time is the real thing, the first time is spilled booze and confusion and pent-up petting and laughter, and cum, eventually. The second time, […]