True Scuba
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True Scuba

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Keeping up momentum can be hard when you keep throwing obstacles in your own way. It’s like I’m holding a bag of distractions over my shoulder and won’t stop reaching in, pulling out another time-killer, and tossing it onto my path directly in front of me. Of course, I have to walk around it, or jump over it, or ignore it completely, but I don’t. I allow myself to trip on it every time.

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The collected stories, essays, articles, and poetry of Scott Leonardi

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Scott Leonardi

Scott Leonardi

Paddling into the alphabet ocean, lookin’ to be a true scuba. Writer of stories, screenplays, poetry and more. All found at mossmansupreme.com

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