It was, what – twenty minutes ago? ten? probably less than that – she was desperately missing her ex-boss, her ex-home, her whole ex-life.
But everything is relative. Now she would welcome even the recent boss, home, and life she had rapidly grown to despise.
She looks around, disbelieving.
All of it.
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8 thoughts on “Ex-Sanity (Insomnia, Installment 13)”
I miss none of my exes.
Reading this I can’t help but wonder what it would be like, to suddenly have everything both good and bad just – gone. Mind numbing most definitely. Excellent writing, so intriguing!
She has a problem! Seeing the light and not making use of it is not a good sign.
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Her confusion is palpable. I think of people who have lost everything due to natural disasters, as well.
Im intrigued… Again
Wishing to have back what was not loved is an interesting place to be.
And I’m with Paul – I miss no “exes” in my life. 😀