Jennifer Jay’s story was recorded by The Moth, a not-for-profit organization devoted to storytelling that breathes modern life into the world’s most ancient art form. Moth evenings feature true stories told by people from all walks of life — legendary artists, retired pick-pockets, scientists, and everyone in between. For more information on touring shows, open mic nights, and free-of-charge community storytelling workshops, visit www.themoth.org.
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