Fragments from two books, one comedic, and one educational.
Middle Aged (35-54)
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It must be bad, reasoned, a zero fail in the slightly concerned tones of one who can't see it either and is worrying about it. Otherwise you wouldn't have been involved. They just said, get up there and make some trouble, said the serpent whose name was Crawley. The marriage made front page news everywhere, and a new Kennedy myth was born. The man who could have had any woman in the world had chosen as his bride, one who was not rich or famous or noble, by family background or distinguished by any professional accomplishment.
Announcer, Aristocrat, Host/Interviewer, Teacher, Villain, Amusing, Antagonistic, Articulate, Calming, Educational, Funny, Mature, Narrator, Serious, Strong, British (General)