I well remember when the thought that I could have AIDS first occurred to me. It was 1986 and I was newly married. I had gotten pregnant by an East African man two years earlier and my husband had… Read More
Posted on January 31, 2012 by cascheller
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“What will I wear? What will I say? Get it together girl. You can do this.”
“Maybe I’ll give this one to him at my going-away party.”
Emoji: “You are a Knock out! You’re so hot. Congratulations on getting out of here! You are all that and more!!!!”
“Obsolescence is just a state of mind. Will Cursive see that or will she keep living in the past?”
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