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  • Fiction | Past Imperfect
    My voice trails off. I feel uneasy knowing that he never had this, the opportunity to travel, to experience the largeness, the difference, the confirmations and contradictions that come with living elsewhere. I think of the extra piano lessons he taught, all the hours he and Mom worked to send me over here the first time at the age of twenty-one. When I kissed them goodbye at the airport, I was afraid I'd waste what they had given me, convinced that somehow I'd squander this opportunity that had been presented by selfless parents.

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    Now seemingly just stones in the mist, the historic Cathar fortification that lent its name to a quaint town in southern France holds many secrets, some told by the wind, others buried in time

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  • Articles | Cheap & Chic: A Search for the Perfect Parisian Boots & Bag
    Requirements: a map of Paris, an appreciation for whimsy, and enough courage to engage in some bargaining banter

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