Vulernable Value
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My Boomer Grandparents are My Best Friends

When home isn’t a place, but people instead

Photo by Rod Long on Unsplash

Socks, underwear, everyday clothes, and two pairs of shoes. One pair in case we go to town and another pair in case I might get in the creek.

Satisfied, I close the flap on my princess Jasmine suitcase. Too excited to wait inside, I stand in the gravel in my jelly shoes, waiting to be picked…




Sharing my musings with raw honesty

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Leah O'Daniel

Leah O'Daniel

Creative writer + Sociologist making you think deep about the impacts of trauma and the world around us all. 9X Top Writer.

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