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Naivete

Whitney looked like Dorothy in the Land of Oz. She wore a floral-patterned dress and ribbons in her hair. She stared up at alien mushroom-shaped buildings with glee and awe. The classic tourist, every block she’d coo, “Gollee! My first … Continue reading

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