Don’t do that, do this instead.

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Smokey Bear is right — only I can prevent forest fires. What a terrific way of saying that I am responsible for my own actions. That’s fine and dandy, but this moment, I am merely disguised as a responsible adult. But, I can take responsibility for when I lead others astray — when I make a mistake.

I owe an apology to my readers. Really, I do. I watched and plugged away the show The Irregulars, and my…

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Elena Tucker

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Writer and storyteller, immigrant, wife, mom, knitter, collector of jokes, lover of cheap, sweet wine.

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