I went to a small consolidated school system in central Indiana. My house was surrounded by cornfields on every side. My future husband lived five miles east in a tiny, no-stoplight town where “good” families lived on the north side of four-lane US 40 and “bad” families lived on the south side of town. In elementary school, everyone knew which families came from the “wrong” side of the highway, and for the most part, they played with each other at recess. Those on the “right” Read more →
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