Stop Apologizing For Not Texting Right Back

There’s no rule saying you have to.

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Back-in-the-Day Communication

When I was in high school, there was a lone payphone in the glass stairwell that connected two wings of the building. Sometimes it would ring during the school day. If someone happened to be walking by when it was ringing, they’d pick up.




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Tracy Gerhardt-Cooper

Tracy Gerhardt-Cooper

Believer, Writer, Teacher, Dreamer. Soli Deo gloria.

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