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“Be mindful of strangers who offer you candy.” Years later that phrase popped into Annabelle’s head in the voice of her Italian Grandmother. Annabelle thought about that moment with her grandma. The way she was cooking something on the stove … Continue reading
We went walking out of the dream with undecided confidence. We opened the door and there was reality in front of us. As we waved goodbye to the malleable door, it transformed to sequence and spread its parts all over … Continue reading
Sarah bought a latte from Starbucks and was wearing a long red dress from Anthropologie. She had dangling silver earrings that resembled chandeliers. She stood at the corner of 18th and Walnut, waiting for the light to change. She crosses … Continue reading
There was once a little knock on a door that was never answered. She hobbled to the window to peek and hoped to catch a glance of who was standing there patiently on the little platform in front of her … Continue reading
I was thinking of writing something specific about gas prices and inflation but it almost put me to sleep and if it put me to zzz’s it probably would have done the same thing to you. haha! So instead I … Continue reading
All I want to do now is sit down and tell you a story. I will apologize before hand if the story is at all vague. I am going from a memory that is sort of shaky but wanted to tell the story anyway. … Continue reading