Traditions, Skills And Gratitude

While as a child, having a parent who is very detailed oriented and almost OCD about their space, is not a fun person to grow up around, I did learn quite a few useful skills from my adoptive father’s very exact personality. From how to cut an onion in precise and extra small pieces to …

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Rose – A Flash Fiction

  “Well, to be honest, I threw it away.” “You did what?” “It was just sitting there, all torn up, and old-looking. Who keeps stuff like that?” “I do, you….” She bit her check to keep herself from throwing every cuss word she could muster. “Never mind. How long ago was that?” “Maybe ten minutes.” …

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