I’m storyboarding a story set a few years further into the future of this right now. If you’re curious, I’ve kinda already set up a little bit of backstory in my first HFY post that I’d like to ride on, from “The Line in the Sand.” Never intended to make it a “thing” on here, but I’ve got holding on to My Sanity About Letter Print Tops Short Sleeve Seniors 2020 Joe Shirt interesting idea that might make for great writing, reading, and comedy. Thanks so much and for not judging me on all the typos! My eyes start blurring up so bad staring at my phone when I write these things, I can’t even hardly see the screen by the end>.<
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