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Mrs. Lauren, you are loved 

Shortly after one of the recent deluges, I found this waterlogged, handmade card on a sidewalk in Durham's Forest Hills neighborhood. Besides the earnest sentiment, I was impressed by why Arabella loves Ms. Lauren so: She is smart. Too frequently, women are…

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