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Like a Dream

Alexandria nodded, figuring the jig was up. Georgia was seated at the table with her arms crossed, and her dad, Collin, was seated next to her. Playing dumb was the only card she had left. “What’s up, guys?” Alexandria said, … Continue reading

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Like a Dream

“Excuse me, miss? Are you okay in there?” a girl asked. “Yes, I’m fine, thanks,” Alexandria whispered while coming out of the stall. “It sounded like you were dying in there,” the girl joked. Alexandria washed her face and stared … Continue reading

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Makeup

When Valentine’s Day rolls around I get very giddy and excited. Not just because it’s the one day a year that you don’t feel guilty for eating a box of chocolates 😉 but because it happens to be my birthday!!! … Continue reading

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Like a Dream

“You look upset,” she said, putting her hand on his shoulder. He hugged her tight and was trembling. “I got fired this morning,” he confessed. “Fired! Oh no!” She was suddenly sick with worry for him. “My dad’s friend got … Continue reading

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Like a Dream

He told her stories about his father, Abraham, who sounded like a horrible person. He also told her his mother, Grace, passed away when he was little, and after her death his father became cruel and abusive. Abraham started drinking … Continue reading

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Like a Dream

The woman sits across from her and goes on and on about her grandkids and her husband. Alexandria smiles and nods her head, even though she’s not listening to a word of what the lady is saying. Putting on a … Continue reading

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Like a Dream

Without knowing how long her courage will last, she gathers enough nerve to walk to a nearby bus stop. While en route, she thinks about Leona and how much she wishes that “thing” was never in their lives. She can’t … Continue reading

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