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FINALLY. You’re Listening. This time, DON’T FLINCH.

I don’t want to chat. I can’t take care of you. You have another chance fix your wrongs. And this time, DON’T FLINCH.

I went into gall bladder surgery in early March with the desperate anticipation of an addict: Please, please give me the drug of long, dreamless sleep.

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Unapologetically Black. THAT mom. I put words on the page, and sometimes, they do stuff.

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