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some things about me: i’m a fan of journaling with all lower-case letters, for no reason other than that it looks nice. but also because sometimes i’m too tired to hold shift, and because just like when i journal, there’s no time to stop for what works out grammatically. some of my sentences are sloppy. sometimes there are misplaced commas. sometimes, i don’t know.

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