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Sleep Was Her Super Power

Thunder, lightning and earthquakes could not break it

Photo by Clarke Sanders on Unsplash

She inherited her Super Power from her grandmother, passed down the maternal genes as super powers often are. Her grandmother would sing The Magnificat while deep in sleep, loud and lusty, her eyes closed, her hands clapping. Grandma’s daughters, whom the Super Power Sleep Genes completely…

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Stories from my life journey. Money. Religion. Sexuality. Kids. Therapy. Books. Writing and Novel writing. Being Human in Our World. In no particular order.

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