My Battle with Expectations

I’ve always felt like the only things I can offer people are the skills that come from being the stereotypical “smart” member of the class. While I still do not feel entirely comfortable with calling myself smart or intelligent (something I definitely need to work on), I was always the “Hermione Granger” of the class. […]

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Her by Alison Brunk

“Kelly agrees with me.” “She said you shouldn’t do it.” “..Said you’ll regret it.” “She wouldn’t do something like that.” Never knew five letters could sting the way they did. The way they did when used like a double edged sword to juxtapose my skin. My clothes. My talents. To juxtapose me. Well, maybe I […]

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