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The Next Time I Will Wear White Is for My Wedding

We will both be wearing pearls.

Photo by Marcus Lewis on Unsplash

In 2022.

This is happening. It still feels odd seated on a plane when I can’t even go out of my home not so long ago.

And to the man beside me, it wasn't long ago when I first met him, and on the day I met him, all I remember is he was wearing pearls.

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