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'Rumor of Hope': Motherhood challenges inspire Neenah poet

4:07 PM, May 10, 2013
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Nature is important to Neenah poet Laurel Mills and her adult daughter, Beth.

The two hike outdoors together in places like High Cliff State Park, where they may go after their lunch today, on Mother's Day.

Beth, 47, lives with the rare genetic condition 1p36 Deletion Syndrome. Mills, 67, admires her endurance, determination and resilience in the face of significant cognitive disabilities and other challenges, including occasional bouts of rage and aggression that are a little-understood part of the condition. ...

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