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An illustrated remembrance of halcyon days at fat camp
They relented, and I got to go … >>
Besides sports, we had classes to teach us ways to be less slovenly …>>
Vanessa Davis' most recent book, Make Me a Woman, includes many comic strips first published in Tablet Magazine. Her first collection of diary comics, Spaniel Rage, was published in 2005.
A Torah portion of difficult choices
67 pounds in one summer? 8 pounds sounds reasonable and healthy – 67 pounds sounds like she was probably doing some pretty extreme and unhealthy things to lose so much so fast.
It sounds like she really enjoyed being someplace that more or less accepted her just as she was. And the 67 pounds probably came back with a vengeance!
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