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Being A Fine Donkey

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#COVID19 : A Blessing

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A Halloween Story

Rough hands grab my skin, tearing it from my body. I groan as it is ripped away. As calluses abrade each new strip, I shudder, trying to hold myself together. There is life inside me. I must not give in … Continue reading

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The Biggest Little Thing I’ve Done So Far

I think 2020 is called that because by September, this year has seemed 2,020 months long. It’s so easy to lose hope. I don’t spend a lot of time on social media, especially since I’m still recuperating after Covid19 and … Continue reading

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Restarting Your Year Without Waiting For New Year’s Eve

There are a lot of traditions for starting your new year right, from eating black eyed peas and mustard greens, or round foods (symbolizing money) to burning sage. I don’t know about you, but I can’t wait until December 31 … Continue reading

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