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Tell Laura I Love Her

We are at an airport in the south of France. This is where we must part ways for god knows how long. J’s plane is departing before mine, so I am standing in the hall, watching him go through security. I am not sure whether we came to the airport together, …


Are those Turkish cruise ships?

The Turkish family that had been on the grounds with us, was nowhere to be seen anymore. Maybe they had enough of the pile of rocks, and left the premises. Maybe they were in the same cistern we ducked into half an hour before. J had gone in first, but …

Our lives are different.

This is such a weird day! On the one end, I got to see a bit behind the veil of E, seeing how hurt and lost she feels and how much she trusted that I put her in a safe place at my mother’s house. Her message is covered in …