“The Doom Statues” — Chapter 5

Sometimes Kay resents the relationship Emily has with her parents. Well, not resent, exactly, more like it fills her with profound sadness, and leads to bouts of fantasy when contemplating the situation over here. She often wonders how different her experiencing having a child might be, for example, if switching households with Emily. It’s kind of hard not to, considering that Denise actually endured a similar ordeal herself. Meanwhile…

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Habitual writer. http://jasonmcgathey.wordpress.com Also: https://lovelettertocolumbus.com/ (Columbus OH minutiae) https://aknownhistory.com/ (family stuff)

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Jason McGathey

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Habitual writer. http://jasonmcgathey.wordpress.com Also: https://lovelettertocolumbus.com/ (Columbus OH minutiae) https://aknownhistory.com/ (family stuff)

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