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Why the Most Life-Changing Moments Are Often Found in the Times We Overlook

At the diner

Photo by Fern M. Lomibao on Unsplash

I was out running errands the other day when I passed a diner that my husband and his friends used to go to when they were teenagers. The font of the signage was still the same. If you were to go inside, you’d see that the menu, pages, and pages long hadn’t changed either. Did you want an omelet at two o’clock in…




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Megan Minutillo

Megan Minutillo

Essayist, poet, and theatre producer. I write stories about self-awareness, IVF, and finding your footing in life’s messy moments. Instagram: @meganminutillo.

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