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the one thing

I’m not sure why, but a few months into our dating, I felt compelled to tell David every terrible thing I’d ever done or thought. I’d call him at work or when I was driving home or I’d wait until he came over, but I thought of something new every…

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the orange vest

Julie only said positive things. If it was raining she’d smile and say the farmers were happy. On cold days she’d say that we needed the cold to appreciate the warm ones more….”   by amy corbin   Julie was the crossing guard that walked my children each day across…

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you need to go

He would tell me how gorgeous I was and how sorry he was. Sometimes I would take him back, but other times I would tell him I was sorry….”   by amy corbin   When Marc left, I felt sick to my stomach all the time. Food just didn’t look…

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loving julia

In my new life, I was slim and lived in downtown Toronto. I had a funky apartment-one of those lofts in the Distillery district-waitressed at an Irish Pub, and took painting classes. In my new life I drank red wine, went to avant-garde poetry readings, and dated men who wore…

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