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The extraordinary life and legacy of legendary journalist Cokie Roberts—a trailblazer for women—remembered by her friends and family. Through her visibility and celebrity, Cokie Roberts was an inspiration and a role model for innumerable women and girls. A fixture on national television and radio for more than 40 years, she also wrote five bestselling books focusing on the The extraordinary life and legacy of legendary journalist Cokie Roberts—a trailblazer for women—remembered by her friends and family. Through her visibility and celebrity, Cokie Roberts was an inspiration and a role model for innumerable women and girls. A fixture on national television and radio for more than 40 years, she also wrote five bestselling books focusing on the role of women in American history . She was portrayed on Saturday Night Live, name checked on the West Wing, and featured on magazine covers. She joked with Jay Leno, balanced a pencil on her nose for David Letterman, and was the answer to numerous crossword puzzle clues. Many dogs, and at least one dairy cow, were named for her. When the legendary 1980s Spy Magazine ran a diagram documenting all her connections with the headline “Cokie Roberts – Moderately Well-Known Broadcast Journalist or Center of the Universe?” they were only half-joking. Cokie had many roles in her lifetime: Daughter. Wife. Mother. Journalist. Advocate. Historian. Reflecting on her life, those closest to her remember her impressive mind, impish wit, infectious laugh, and the tenacity that sent her career skyrocketing through glass ceilings at NPR and ABC. They marvel at how she often put others before herself and cared deeply about the world around her. When faced with daily decisions and dilemmas, many still ask themselves the question, ‘What Would Cokie Do?’ In this loving tribute, Cokie’s husband of 53 years and bestselling-coauthor Steve Roberts reflects not only on her many accomplishments, but on how she lived each day with a devotion to helping others. For Steve, Cokie’s private life was as significant and inspirational as her public one. Her commitment to celebrating and supporting other women was evident in everything she did, and her generosity and passion drove her personal and professional endeavors. In Cokie, he has a simple goal: “To tell stories. Some will make you cheer or laugh or cry. And some, I hope, will inspire you to be more like Cokie, to be a good person, to lead a good life.”


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The extraordinary life and legacy of legendary journalist Cokie Roberts—a trailblazer for women—remembered by her friends and family. Through her visibility and celebrity, Cokie Roberts was an inspiration and a role model for innumerable women and girls. A fixture on national television and radio for more than 40 years, she also wrote five bestselling books focusing on the The extraordinary life and legacy of legendary journalist Cokie Roberts—a trailblazer for women—remembered by her friends and family. Through her visibility and celebrity, Cokie Roberts was an inspiration and a role model for innumerable women and girls. A fixture on national television and radio for more than 40 years, she also wrote five bestselling books focusing on the role of women in American history . She was portrayed on Saturday Night Live, name checked on the West Wing, and featured on magazine covers. She joked with Jay Leno, balanced a pencil on her nose for David Letterman, and was the answer to numerous crossword puzzle clues. Many dogs, and at least one dairy cow, were named for her. When the legendary 1980s Spy Magazine ran a diagram documenting all her connections with the headline “Cokie Roberts – Moderately Well-Known Broadcast Journalist or Center of the Universe?” they were only half-joking. Cokie had many roles in her lifetime: Daughter. Wife. Mother. Journalist. Advocate. Historian. Reflecting on her life, those closest to her remember her impressive mind, impish wit, infectious laugh, and the tenacity that sent her career skyrocketing through glass ceilings at NPR and ABC. They marvel at how she often put others before herself and cared deeply about the world around her. When faced with daily decisions and dilemmas, many still ask themselves the question, ‘What Would Cokie Do?’ In this loving tribute, Cokie’s husband of 53 years and bestselling-coauthor Steve Roberts reflects not only on her many accomplishments, but on how she lived each day with a devotion to helping others. For Steve, Cokie’s private life was as significant and inspirational as her public one. Her commitment to celebrating and supporting other women was evident in everything she did, and her generosity and passion drove her personal and professional endeavors. In Cokie, he has a simple goal: “To tell stories. Some will make you cheer or laugh or cry. And some, I hope, will inspire you to be more like Cokie, to be a good person, to lead a good life.”

30 review for Cokie: A Life Well Lived

  1. 5 out of 5

    Holly R W

    This book is her husband's tribute to Cokie Roberts, a journalist/author/commentator that I've much admired through the years. Despite her many jobs, I'll always remember Cokie best as a reporter for National Public Radio. Her commentary was intelligent, perceptive and clear. She pulled no punches. Cokie was raised in a political family. Her father had been a member of the U.S. House of Representatives and the House Whip. When he died in the middle of his term, Cokie's mother stepped up and serv This book is her husband's tribute to Cokie Roberts, a journalist/author/commentator that I've much admired through the years. Despite her many jobs, I'll always remember Cokie best as a reporter for National Public Radio. Her commentary was intelligent, perceptive and clear. She pulled no punches. Cokie was raised in a political family. Her father had been a member of the U.S. House of Representatives and the House Whip. When he died in the middle of his term, Cokie's mother stepped up and served in his place. With such parents, Cokie became quite familiar with politics and was at ease with interviewing powerful figures. Cokie's Catholicism was most important to her and yet, she fell in love with Steve Roberts, a Jewish man. How they worked out their religious differences is highlighted in the memoir. Years ago, I read about and was impressed with a Passover Haggadah that Cokie had composed for her family and friends, incorporating what she found meaningful for the holiday. It included her own traditions as well as Jewish ones. She loved hosting Passover seders for family and friends, which kept getting bigger throughout the years. Steve Roberts' love for his wife, now deceased, pours through touching every page of the book. He highlights how many people Cokie touched throughout her lifetime. I am one of them. 3.5 stars

  2. 4 out of 5

    Ben Truong

    Cokie: A Life Well Lived is a biography of Cokie Roberts, an American journalist and author. It is an adoring look at the trailblazing journalist who relentlessly promoted the women around her in a male-dominated field. Steven V. Roberts, an American journalist, writer, political commentator, and her husband, wrote this biography. Mary Martha Corinne Morrison Claiborne "Cokie" Roberts (née Boggs) was an American journalist and author. Her career included decades as a political reporter and analys Cokie: A Life Well Lived is a biography of Cokie Roberts, an American journalist and author. It is an adoring look at the trailblazing journalist who relentlessly promoted the women around her in a male-dominated field. Steven V. Roberts, an American journalist, writer, political commentator, and her husband, wrote this biography. Mary Martha Corinne Morrison Claiborne "Cokie" Roberts (née Boggs) was an American journalist and author. Her career included decades as a political reporter and analyst for National Public Radio, PBS, and ABC News, with prominent positions on Morning Edition, The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour, World News Tonight, and This Week. Roberts offers a moving testimony of the remarkable life and legacy of his wife, trailblazing journalist Cokie. It is through the depictions of her faith, family, work, writing, and friendships, Roberts shares engrossing anecdotes about her from their over fifty years together. As the daughter of powerful Louisiana politicians, politics and current events were a second language for Cokie as she grew up. She later parlayed that fluency into a career as a highly respected journalist who covered Washington, D.C., for NPR and ABC and was unafraid to speak truth to power and ask tough questions. In addition to the early challenges they encountered dating as an interfaith couple. Roberts describes with admiration how, notwithstanding the constant demands and stresses of work, Cokie managed to be a devoted friend in times of need, as well as an attentive wife and mother, and bestselling author of histories that restored significant women to their merited prominence in the U.S.'s founding. Cokie: A Life Well Lived is written moderately well. The book is essentially a one-dimensional portrait, larded with quotes by friends and colleagues, very few of whom detract from the elegiac narrative, but it doesn't cloud the luster of Cokie's many accomplishments. All in all, Cokie: A Life Well Lived is an upbeat portrait of a productive life that was so important to journalists and women everywhere.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kathleen Kelly

    What a wonderful, insightful and inspiring book about a woman journalist, mother, wife and advocate for women. A must read!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Debbe

    What a tribute by a husband very much in love. What an incredible woman who led a remarkable, accomplished and faith filled life. Many know her public life but what I enjoyed the most were the private Cokie, shared by so many. Her acknowledgment and gratefulness of the women (nuns) of her church and their role in teaching and encouraging young women is very similar to my own feelings.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Kathleen Nalley

    A writer husband’s tribute to his wife was really a wonderful exercise for his grieving and for the end result - a terrific book. I was given a lovely glimpse into why this woman I so admired will continue to influence- her faith, so similar to my core set of beliefs. Loved this biography!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Beth

    A very well done tribute / biography written by Steven Roberts, the husband of NPR star, journalist, and historian Cokie Roberts. The book is set up not in chronological order but by topic, and thus we see many sides of Cokie--as a mentor, a friend, a mother, a reporter, a wife. We learn about her spiritual and ethical/moral beliefs and about her great sense of humor and kindness. Rather than a series of facts and figures, Steven talks about Cokie through stories. The book is (as I wrote for my A very well done tribute / biography written by Steven Roberts, the husband of NPR star, journalist, and historian Cokie Roberts. The book is set up not in chronological order but by topic, and thus we see many sides of Cokie--as a mentor, a friend, a mother, a reporter, a wife. We learn about her spiritual and ethical/moral beliefs and about her great sense of humor and kindness. Rather than a series of facts and figures, Steven talks about Cokie through stories. The book is (as I wrote for my AudioFile magazine review) the perfect balance between well-written biography and loving tribute. Cokie led an honorable life, demonstrating that personal success is enhanced not only by working hard and standing up for oneself but also by maintaining a sense of humor and always helping others.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Cheryl Rowland

    I was always an admirer of Cokie Roberts especially when I saw her standing up to the men of journalism. She was so intelligent and witty and she never let herself be taken lightly. Until reading this book, I hadn't really known much about her personal life other than she was the daughter Congressman Hale Boggs and Congresswoman Lindy Boggs, who was also the US Ambassador to the Holy See or Vatican. I learned through reading this book, her deep faith in Catholism which even though I am Protestan I was always an admirer of Cokie Roberts especially when I saw her standing up to the men of journalism. She was so intelligent and witty and she never let herself be taken lightly. Until reading this book, I hadn't really known much about her personal life other than she was the daughter Congressman Hale Boggs and Congresswoman Lindy Boggs, who was also the US Ambassador to the Holy See or Vatican. I learned through reading this book, her deep faith in Catholism which even though I am Protestant mirrors my own faith in God. I didn't know that she had an interfaith marriage that both her husband and her worked very hard at to make it work. I didn't know that she loved history like I do and I really wish I had a chance to meet her. This book by her husband, Steve Roberts, explores the facets of Cokie's life that made her Cokie. I highly recommend it!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Gloria

    This biography of Cokie Roberts was written by her husband Steven V Roberts. A fixture on national television and radio for more than forty years, Cokie had many roles in her lifetime: Daughter. Wife. Mother. Journalist. Advocate. Historian. Reflecting on her life in these pages, those closest to her remember her impressive mind, impish wit, infectious laugh, and the tenacity that send her career skyrocketing through glass ceilings at NPR and ABC. They marvel at how often she put others before h This biography of Cokie Roberts was written by her husband Steven V Roberts. A fixture on national television and radio for more than forty years, Cokie had many roles in her lifetime: Daughter. Wife. Mother. Journalist. Advocate. Historian. Reflecting on her life in these pages, those closest to her remember her impressive mind, impish wit, infectious laugh, and the tenacity that send her career skyrocketing through glass ceilings at NPR and ABC. They marvel at how often she put others before herself and cared deeply about the world around her. When faced with daily decisions and dilemmas, many still ask themselves the question "What would Cokie do?"

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jody Walsh

    An enjoyable read. She was an amazing women and was it fascinating to read about the woman behind the voice on NPR. It was wonderful to learn about her faith and how it impacted her life, her decisions and her job choices. It was fun to read about famous people she interacted with and the reader knows from the news and TV. You learned another side of people from the news.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Suzanne Mundy

    A beautifully written book by her husband, Steven V. Roberts. He captured the essence of Cokie's life and the precious individual she was. For me, it was worth reading. I suggest it to others to read. A beautifully written book by her husband, Steven V. Roberts. He captured the essence of Cokie's life and the precious individual she was. For me, it was worth reading. I suggest it to others to read.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Lynne

    So enjoyed learning a little more about Cokie's life and how she learned to be such a strong woman. Very inspiring to all women who would not have guessed that someone who grew up in the south and came from such a politically involved family would have such an all encompassing passion for women from all walks of life, all political and religious backgrounds and work hard for women's rights around the world. So enjoyed learning a little more about Cokie's life and how she learned to be such a strong woman. Very inspiring to all women who would not have guessed that someone who grew up in the south and came from such a politically involved family would have such an all encompassing passion for women from all walks of life, all political and religious backgrounds and work hard for women's rights around the world.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

    I really enjoyed listening to this audiobook narration by Cokie’s husband. It was sweet, heartwarming, and sad all in the same. What a fascinating woman.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Tracy Flannery

    There is no doubt that Steve Roberts loved his wife, Cokie Roberts. His memoir describes the life of this talented and unstoppable journalist, author, volunteer, friend, mother and daughter. This is the kind of book that will inspire you to be a "better" person. It's worth a read even if you don't remember Cokie, but Cokie fans will read it and love it. There is no doubt that Steve Roberts loved his wife, Cokie Roberts. His memoir describes the life of this talented and unstoppable journalist, author, volunteer, friend, mother and daughter. This is the kind of book that will inspire you to be a "better" person. It's worth a read even if you don't remember Cokie, but Cokie fans will read it and love it.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Terri F.

    "Put on the jewels and pick up the tools." - There is such a connection to a fierce and fabulous sisterhood in this book. I listened to the audiobook version, narrated by the author (and husband) and his love is so very real. Completely inspiring. "Put on the jewels and pick up the tools." - There is such a connection to a fierce and fabulous sisterhood in this book. I listened to the audiobook version, narrated by the author (and husband) and his love is so very real. Completely inspiring.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Christine O'Boyle

    As a lifelong fan of Cokie Roberts, I really enjoyed this a lot. It was a little repetitive at times but overall really good. I may have gotten teary eyed here and there.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Meggie

    While a lovely tribute to a political and journalism titan, I found this to be essentially an extended eulogy. I loved the stories of life in Washington and Roberts’ incredible political pedigree. Cokie Roberts was a special woman, accomplishing a great deal in her career. I found that her husband spent a lot of time defending her choices as a mother and their interfaith marriage. It became a bit repetitive and tedious.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Catherine Strong

    Inspiring story about a trailblazing woman and we (women) can all be grateful for Cokie's contributions. An emotional testament to the power of love, marriage, faith, family, career, compassion, etc. Motivating to live life intentionally. Inspiring story about a trailblazing woman and we (women) can all be grateful for Cokie's contributions. An emotional testament to the power of love, marriage, faith, family, career, compassion, etc. Motivating to live life intentionally.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Roger Smitter

    Cokie Roberts was a powerful and powerful news reporter. Her husband tells his story of her in a way that shows how a journalist can write powerful reports and demonstrate that woman can be powerful in their work. Husband Steven Roberts (also a journalist) makes good work in explaining her as a human, a great life, and a powerful reportrer. At the same time, she could be a wonderful wife and mother and a person who knew the needs of others. His ability to mix these to anchors for the book is wor Cokie Roberts was a powerful and powerful news reporter. Her husband tells his story of her in a way that shows how a journalist can write powerful reports and demonstrate that woman can be powerful in their work. Husband Steven Roberts (also a journalist) makes good work in explaining her as a human, a great life, and a powerful reportrer. At the same time, she could be a wonderful wife and mother and a person who knew the needs of others. His ability to mix these to anchors for the book is worth reading the book. To get our attention, Roberts uses an unusual structure. Each chapter tells her goals, her skills, and her values. The chapters are: Wife; Mother; Journalist; Journalist, the Early Years; Journalist, in Full Flower; Friend, Storyteller; and Believer. Each chapter shows the depth of her abilities and what he learned from her. It’s a good book for young journalists. At the same time, it’s a book for people who have lost their husband, wife, family member, or friends.

  19. 5 out of 5

    David Dunlap

    In my experience, it is VERY RARE to encounter a memoir or biography that, upon completion, leads the reader to feel that he/she has just spent some pleasant hours in the company of a new friend. I feel as if I have, indeed, met Cokie Roberts in these pages -- and I loved every minute (even through the occasional tears). Her husband of 53 years, Steven, has accomplished this wonderful task by presenting a kaleidoscope of memories shared with him by various friends and relatives and co-workers. H In my experience, it is VERY RARE to encounter a memoir or biography that, upon completion, leads the reader to feel that he/she has just spent some pleasant hours in the company of a new friend. I feel as if I have, indeed, met Cokie Roberts in these pages -- and I loved every minute (even through the occasional tears). Her husband of 53 years, Steven, has accomplished this wonderful task by presenting a kaleidoscope of memories shared with him by various friends and relatives and co-workers. He has -- wisely, I think -- organized his book around themes: Cokie as wife, as mother, as journalist, as friend, as storyteller, as person of faith. This means that the narrative is not in strict chronological order and there is an occasional overlap/repetition of things. But this is how we make the acquaintance of a new friend, is it not? VERY HIGHLY recommended: a brilliant portrait of an extraordinary person. A life well lived, indeed!

  20. 4 out of 5

    ButtonsMom2003

    Audiobook Review: Overall – 5 Performance – 5 Story – 5 A poignant memoir. I confess that I really didn’t know much of anything about Cokie Roberts before listening to this audiobook. I was definitely familiar with her name but that’s about it. When I was offered a chance to review a copy of the audiobook, I was curious to learn more about her. I think her husband did a fantastic job of reading this loving tribute to his wife. He told about the longevity of their mixed religion marriage and about the Audiobook Review: Overall – 5 Performance – 5 Story – 5 A poignant memoir. I confess that I really didn’t know much of anything about Cokie Roberts before listening to this audiobook. I was definitely familiar with her name but that’s about it. When I was offered a chance to review a copy of the audiobook, I was curious to learn more about her. I think her husband did a fantastic job of reading this loving tribute to his wife. He told about the longevity of their mixed religion marriage and about the ups and downs and challenges they faced as a couple who both ended up having demanding careers and also managed to raise a loving and well-adjusted family. I have to believe that this book is true-to-life and if it is, all couples should be so lucky to have such a loving and long-lived relationship. A complimentary copy of this audiobook was provided to me by the publisher at my request but my review was voluntary and not influenced by the author and/or narrator.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Melanie Chartoff

    How can you not love a man who loves his wife this much? He's her devoted biographer and I'll bet writing this book healed the agony of losing her too soon. It's his moving tribute of a true woman's woman, whose life was devoted to empowering women, as she herself was empowered. A broadcast journalist and personality much beloved, were Cokie chronicled by her notable women friends in their intimate and professional relationships with her, rather than by her husband, this might have been a more c How can you not love a man who loves his wife this much? He's her devoted biographer and I'll bet writing this book healed the agony of losing her too soon. It's his moving tribute of a true woman's woman, whose life was devoted to empowering women, as she herself was empowered. A broadcast journalist and personality much beloved, were Cokie chronicled by her notable women friends in their intimate and professional relationships with her, rather than by her husband, this might have been a more captivating book to me. Hate to say his depictions of their marital union, the challenges of their interfaith bond, his guilt of his work taking precedence over hers at first, got to be a bit monotonous to this reader. But if you want a good love story of a great lady, read "Cokie: A Wife Well Loved"

  22. 4 out of 5

    Anne Egger

    Cokie Roberts is one of my favorite people of all time. She was the daughter of Hale and Lindy Boggs. She was a journalist and was on the show This Week with David Brinkley. She was pretty, smart, and did not suffer fools well. She was married to Steve Roberts who was a journalist for the New York Times. Cokie passed away two years ago from breast cancer. Steve has written a book about her life. I don't know if a spouse can write accurately about their loved one. I appreciate his attempt and I t Cokie Roberts is one of my favorite people of all time. She was the daughter of Hale and Lindy Boggs. She was a journalist and was on the show This Week with David Brinkley. She was pretty, smart, and did not suffer fools well. She was married to Steve Roberts who was a journalist for the New York Times. Cokie passed away two years ago from breast cancer. Steve has written a book about her life. I don't know if a spouse can write accurately about their loved one. I appreciate his attempt and I think there is some good information in this book and it was well written. I think it takes a while after a celebrity has passed to get an accurate picture of the individual.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Denise Summers

    Over the years, I had listened to Cokie mainly on NPR so I was familiar with her. I loved her story, her passion, her commitment, her faith, her strength. I loved everything about her. She truly seemed like the kind of person that comes along once in a blue moon. The phrase "What Would Cokie Do" was mentioned a few times in this book and it was a perfect thought. A thought that I will most likely be saying to myself. She was an extraordinary person; a woman to look up to; a person to model onese Over the years, I had listened to Cokie mainly on NPR so I was familiar with her. I loved her story, her passion, her commitment, her faith, her strength. I loved everything about her. She truly seemed like the kind of person that comes along once in a blue moon. The phrase "What Would Cokie Do" was mentioned a few times in this book and it was a perfect thought. A thought that I will most likely be saying to myself. She was an extraordinary person; a woman to look up to; a person to model oneself after. Cokie was a fascinating woman and her story was written by her husband so it had a great deal of insight and love.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Judy

    In the beginning I would have given this book at least four stars. But I was getting tired of it after half of it and stopped reading it with relief a bit after three quarters or four fifths of it. It is a wonder tribute to a great woman but after a while she seems almost inhuman in her perfection, and it gets to be too much. It is a true labor of love, with stories solicited and organized and pulled together by her husband.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Jeriann

    While I'm on the waiting list for the new book about the founding women of NPR, I picked up this memoir of Cokie Roberts written by her husband. I loved the parts about her early life and career which is why I gave it 4 stars. I've been a fan since the 80's when I would listen to Cokie on NPR during my morning commute to Motorola. While I'm on the waiting list for the new book about the founding women of NPR, I picked up this memoir of Cokie Roberts written by her husband. I loved the parts about her early life and career which is why I gave it 4 stars. I've been a fan since the 80's when I would listen to Cokie on NPR during my morning commute to Motorola.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Ella Reed

    A wonderful book about Cokie Roberts one of the greatest ladies who ever lived. Cookie is a well written biography of Cokie Roberts, her husband Steve Roberts is the author. He draws a wonderful picture of Cokie's life and career. This lady was more than remarkable and will be remembered and missed. A wonderful book about Cokie Roberts one of the greatest ladies who ever lived. Cookie is a well written biography of Cokie Roberts, her husband Steve Roberts is the author. He draws a wonderful picture of Cokie's life and career. This lady was more than remarkable and will be remembered and missed.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Ann Louise Hunt

    This book got me interested to learn more about Cokie Robert’s. I did not see her Sunday am show on TV as it conflicted with going to church. It is fascinating how she kept her strong Catholic faith and still was a strong advocate for women. I am now listening to her reading her book “Founding Mothers”. I love listening to her voice.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Lindsay McAfee

    Steve Roberts has such a lovely way of capturing Cokie’s warmth, personality, guiding principles, and mannerisms. He has always spoken of Cokie as if she held up his world, and this book memorializes that. Such a lovely tribute to one of our modern nation’s Founding Mothers.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Abby Guiver

    Truly a delightful read by Cokie's beloved husband, Steve. Barely touched upon and missing... maybe ...the effects of their religious differences on their children with input into the book? How awesome is the legacy Cokie leaves to be remembered by so many on so many levels! Truly a delightful read by Cokie's beloved husband, Steve. Barely touched upon and missing... maybe ...the effects of their religious differences on their children with input into the book? How awesome is the legacy Cokie leaves to be remembered by so many on so many levels!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Laurie

    I really enjoyed this book. I have read some of the books Cokie authored on her own and one she wrote with her husband. The founding women of NPR book was a great read. It's interesting to hear known stories again, told from a different perspective. A life well lived indeed. I really enjoyed this book. I have read some of the books Cokie authored on her own and one she wrote with her husband. The founding women of NPR book was a great read. It's interesting to hear known stories again, told from a different perspective. A life well lived indeed.

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