Hitching a ride, trusting a partner, marrying the same person three times
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Alice Amber Carlton is a clinical social worker, poet, and songwriter who lives in Chapel Hill.
When we filed our 1981 return, we wrote a letter saying that we had a conscientious objection to the paying of money for the purpose of killing people and asked that portion to be refunded. The IRS audited us.
Here I am, at the end of another long-term relationship. This time seems easier than the last, but I can’t really tell — time blurs my memory out of focus.