Tag Archives: Pamela Ribon

I Must Break You?

I’ve always written journals, in some way, shape, or form. I remember in Christmas 1985 when I was 10, getting this matching set – stationery, pen, some cardboardy-decorated desk thing which name’s escaped me, and a journal. It was not … Continue reading

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Pen Pals

When I was seven years old, my family went on vacation to a farm in Pennsylvania. While there, I met a girl named Rebecca, though the farm was not named Sunnybrook. She had long brown hair, and humored me by … Continue reading

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