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A Conversation, III
by Ann O'Nonymous

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Comment by Rone Welles on 02/17/12
 Still a good story  ,,, a second chapter would make it better..
XO  Thank You for a fine story  Rone Welles

Comment by Silvia. on 08/28/10
Hi Ann.
Good story. I liked it.

Comment by robert on 11/30/09
 This was a good story, but to short.  It needs to be followed up.
Like what happened to him, how did his relationship with his girl friend go, did his sister adapt to having a crossdressing brother. It left open to many unanswered questions.

Comment by rone on 07/07/06
  A must read for a family caught with similar problems,,,
we all could take lessons from this   ,,,,

thank you for writing this a much need perspective and thought provoacing story.....  Rone

Comment by juliej on 03/02/05
a well percieved view by his mother also an intresting compilation but it proves some mothers do understand and help

Comment by Sheryl S. on 10/08/03
Very warm and winning.  I love the loving nature of the family -- makes me want to put on an episode of Petticoat Junction!


Love and Huggs,
Sheryl S.

Comment by gray on 02/10/03
good essay style story, but a little two short, should have several days or a week covered in the story

Comment by Paula Jutras on 03/02/01
nicely done tale that had an especially good ending.

Comment by Nellie D on 03/02/01
A nice story, almost essay, of a boy caught in an experiment. I am glad the mother was understanding instead of instantly judgemental.

And yes, the punctuation needs some work.

Comment by Jennifer on 03/02/01
Really nice, but way, way tooooooooo many !!!!!!!

for example:

    "Did you learn anything?" Jill asked!

I try to respond to writing styles.  sometimes, over using something works.  All too often, it takes away from the style.  Learn to use periods where appropriate..........  ;)

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