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I Wish I Were a Quaker

I am an “almost Quaker.” While I identify myself as a convinced Friend, I have never become a member of a meeting, nor do I currently attend any. I regularly attended in the past, but I never came to feel that I belonged. That, however, is getting ahead of my story. 🔒

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Kimberly Fuller lives in southern California, fulfilling her life’s calling as wife to Mike and mother to Thomas and Jake. When she isn’t busy being a mountain bike mom, she enjoys reading, knitting, walking, and spending countless hours in the kitchen making plant-based meals for her friends and family.


Posted in: Features, June/July 2016: Almost Quaker

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