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WARPED


It Was Always a Sunny Afternoon…

It was always a sunny afternoon when I had my body explained to me. Amber’s Mother who was bigger than my Mother was telling us we could no longer swing on the swings.

We could no longer slide down the slides or sprint across the bridges at the play place because we were “too big” because I was “too big” and we were seven. Because I was too big at seven.

It was always a sunny afternoon when Jessica was telling me she had to snack more than me because she was smaller, meaning she weighed less, and I knew this because she told me. Because her legs didn’t take up all of the fabric of her shorts like mine did.

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