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Something Happens When You Move Countries (Part I)

A lot of families are falling left to right

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Something happens when you move countries.

We all move in together.

Mom once had a full-fledged career. She decides to go back to school and work overnights as a nursing assistant making 10 to 15 dollars an hour. She was used to working hard but going…




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Florence Wanjiku

Florence Wanjiku

Writing off borders through poetry and self development. Editor of Without Borders publication for writers who love to push their boundaries

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