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Mom (WWC #15)
DianeFT Released Jan 22, 2015

I was cleaning out my closet today, and I found that tacky shirt you got me for my birthday last year, with the parrot who’s eyes bulged out and who’s head became all deformed over my chest when I tried it on. Next to that was the black and white striped blouse you said would be perfect for me to wear to work (and I had thought, only if I was working as an escaped convict from a 1970’s cartoon show).

Since then, they have been hanging up in my closet, unworn, but today I feel the need to try them on again.  

I miss you mom.


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