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Take it on Faith (2)

A dystopian adventure in devotion and liberty

A journal, pencil, and color swatches
Source: Keila Hötzel on Unsplash

“Bye, Mom!” Lydia and Asher chimed in unison as they left for the school bus with their backpacks and lunch in tow. That meant I just had to take Cara to preschool. Eagerly beaming at me and Gavin, she practically leaped into her car seat and sprang out as I walked her to the classroom. After that, Gavin dropped me off at home and went to his job at…

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Valentine Wiggin

Valentine Wiggin

Death-positive, sex-positive, and LGBTQ-affirming Christian. Gen Z. I hate onions. She/her

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