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Girls, Part 2

“May the bridges I burn light the way.” — Unknown When I was 20,  I broke up with my girlfriends. Or, maybe they broke up with me. We were a troop of girls, friends since we were teenaged and on the inevitable brink of adulthood. This brink – a ledge on the corner of unknown … Continue reading

Girls

I was eleven years old when all the girls changed. I vividly remember coming to school on a Tuesday and being informed that my friend was “mad” at me. Mad. What for? Oh, you should know. I didn’t, and I sulked, until a day or so later when my friend had forgiven me and smiled as … Continue reading