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The Sweetie Draw

When I was about 8 years old, my family and I went over to our next-door neighbour’s house for dinner. After dinner, their daughter offered me a sweet. So, she led me into her room and opened up her “sweetie draw.”

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Aviator, Blogger & Existential Philosopher. I help people navigate their fears and take command of life: https://clear-air-turbulence.com

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