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Then there were sirens. I want my independence. Mom, Sis and I live equidistant from one another. My Name is Gossip author unknown My name is Gossip.
Does she treat us the same? Does she love me as much as my sister? He is a statistic. It is an opportunity to do good while making friends. The boy was lying on the road, his body mangled. But I was too good for the bus. When I had heart surgery five years ago, Mom did not come.
The more involved I became the more people I met. He was supposed to have a wonderful life ahead of him.
It was about an elderly man who was celebrating a birthday. I make headlines and headaches. He is one of many, many others whose bodies are as badly mangled as his — their category is called "Killed by Senior Drivers. His mother was there. I remember how I ignored my adult children, who begged me not to drive anymore.
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