There is a class of woman in New England that is easily recognizable. I refer to them as the New England matrons. The typical appearance is
I don't fit this description. I have the tendency to saying exactly what I think, when asked . . . Not a good habit for a committee woman. As Mary Chapin-Carpenter says, "I've paid a price sometimes for being such a stubborn woman in such stubborn times."
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