Some lessons hurt...

***This is a piece of fiction.

Once upon a time there was a woman who worked as a first grade teacher in a small town in Oregon. She had a husband, three crazy children and two barking dogs. She loved her busy life, her crazy, demanding, wonderful family and felt blessed to have a job that she loved.

One day, on a whim, she started a blog. It was like a diary, so to speak, and a place where she could express herself freely and tell it like it was. She never held back, and for the most part tried to stay anonymous. Unfortunately, she was human (as we all are….) and might have slipped now and then with her name, perhaps the town she lived in and the name of her school.

After about nine months of blogging (she made some wonderful, wonderful bloggy friends) her blog was discovered by her boss. This turned out to be a not so good development for said first grade teacher.

To make a very painful and humbling story short, she ended up learning some very valuable lessons.

1. You are never too old to learn. Most lessons that are worth learning are often painful ones.
2. Is easy to blame others, but hard to look inside yourself. We should be a work in progress, and should not be afraid to improve the people that we are.
3. When in doubt, common sense rules the day.
4. A spirit that is hurting takes a bit of time to heal.

So I guess I should say that this teacher in Oregon has decided to not give up her blog, but turn her experience into a “teachable” moment for herself. She will continue to tell stories, share her life and be who she is while maintaining her integrity and her dignity. It’s a new writing challenge for her (so to speak) and instead of hanging her head; she is looking forward to a new day.

I’ll keep you posted about this particular first grade teacher. Right now she’s trying to heal her spirit and her soul. She knows that her life could be far worse (She’s been to those places where grief and pain dwell. She’d rather not return…) so she is thankful for all that she does have; you know, her busy life, her crazy wonderful family, her two barking dogs, a job she adores, and her incredible and supportive bloggy friends.


cheatymoon said...

Hang in there, VM.

Marinka said...

I hope that the teacher in Ohio (is that in America, btw?) knows how much she is adored. And that she should take all the time that she needs to heal. But some of us, in the fictional town of New York, think she's plenty wise already.

Kelly said...

That happened to someone I know...a special ed teacher in Arkansas actually. She recovered and still blogs to this day. The facts remain, only the names have changed. ;)

TRB Holt said...

The Pacific NW is a better place with you in it.

WeaselMomma said...

I think this story will have a happy ending.

Anonymous said...

I figured this had happened to 'her'. I hope the storm has blown over. and that teacher's principal needs to get a sense of humor! seriously! we love 'her' so tell her not to leave us!

Candy said...

"Let he who is without sin cast the first stone..."

"Forgive one another..."

The entire blog world is a better place with her in it, and will be blessed because the blog remains.

Coco said...

I am so glad that you decided to stick around. Fear of someone discovering my blog has held me back to some degree. That sucks too. Some know and I don't mind but there are others that would not be happy. At all. I could lose my contract. And become homeless. But hey...live on the edge.

Anonymous said...

Thanks a lot Vodka Mom for sharing.I like this lessons from the teacher.
1. You are never too old to learn. Most lessons that are worth learning are often painful ones.
2. Is easy to blame others, but hard to look inside yourself. We should be a work in progress, and should not be afraid to improve the people that we are.
3. When in doubt, common sense rules the day.
4. A spirit that is hurting takes a bit of time to heal.

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Ice Queen said...

People must have a problem with this first grade teacher "complaining" too much...or maybe that was the teacher next door?

Teacher Mommy said...

Oh, I get you, girl. It's why I remain anonymous as well, though truth be told if my principal found my blog there's enough detail to give it away if he thought hard enough.

OK, now I'm getting some fear in me. Dang it.

The Panic Room said...

this is the part where you go ahead and write that book.

Sherendipity said...

I've often wondered if I have ever said anything in my blog that could get me fired. Wondered if anything I wrote offended anyone, who it offended, and what it was that I said to offend.
If we analyze too much, we'll never write. And yes, a perfect basis is common sense.
I think this story will have a happy ending, too.

*Lissa* said...

Wow, she sounds like an amazing woman! I hope she knows how much she is admired and loved!


Everyday Goddess said...

Did I mention I have connections in the Witness Protection Program? For the Oregon teacher I mean.

Anonymous said...

It's such a shame that there is no longer freedom of speech... truly a shame. Take me back to the 1960's please. (with a computer of course) tee hee

The Blue Ridge Gal

ToyLady said...

I have no doubt that this [ahem] fictional person [ahem] will find a voice that is her own, and doesn't cause any harm or embarrassment to anyone . . .

WarriorHeartGypsySoul said...

I hope it all works out! I worry about that happening to me. No one is allowed to speak their mind anymore.

and those are 4 very good lessons!

Lesha said...

To the fictional first grade teacher in Oregon of course...

She really does rock, and I'll be looking forward to hearing that new voice.

And maybe next time I happen to run into her at a Starbucks I'll treat her to her choice of caffeine to help soothe some of the lessons learned.

Anonymous said...

Makes me want to go back and read the said blog to find the areas that might offend the principal...

Are teachers not allowed to be people?

We all are a work in progress.

darsden said...

what a great short story fiction. I however can see a potential "real" fiction book in this first grade teacher. I think this "writer" should include how petty and jealous individuals can be when one enjoys one's job and makes smiles appear on everybodies faces she comes in contact with. I would give that writer a big {hug} cause she always brings a smile to this reader!

Margarita @ WestCoastMama.net said...

Hang in there!

Karen Harrington said...

Oregon teachers rock.

Cid said...

I've been thinking alot about how my blog could affect others and my new rule is that I won't write anything I wouldn't want to read about myself. But then I, like you VM, have an exceptional sense of humour. So I might have to keep fine-tuning my rule.

jill jill bo bill said...

Rules Smules. I have to deal with the dang things to, being a nurse. Funny stories are made to be shared. Who cares what their names have been changed to. So proud of you!!!!

Ann Imig said...

Thanks, Vodka. Great advice from the heart, and not taken too seriously...exactly what we love about you.

Ash said...

I have a kindergartener that needs a rocking teacher. Just throwing that out there, in case this particular character needs a new adventure for her series of stories.

Liz Wilkey (a.k.a. A Mom on Spin) said...

I think that fictional teacher has landed on her feet. . .

Anonymous said...

As a small town Oregon girl myself, I'm so glad that the story is set here...

Can't wait to keep up with the adventures! ; )

Mango Girl said...

This to shall pass ~

from reading the comments above, I can certainly feel the love heading towards the teacher...hope she can as well!

Peace and Blessings!

Boozy Tooth said...

Fire your boss and give it to us Vodka Mom Style, sistah.

nicole said...

Thanks for sticking around:)
Making people laugh is a gift.

and for the record- I thought you were a waitress from tampa.

Kim said...

You rock.

AiringMyLaundry said...

Well, just know that the teacher in Oregon is much loved here in the Bloggy World.

Everyone is glad that she's sticking around.

Empress Bee (of the high sea) said...

i love fiction! thanks!

smiles, bee

hi bitchy! ps

blognut said...

Every now and again, life has a way of getting all of up in our faces.

I'm glad you're handling this with grace and dignity. You are THAT cool.

CSY said...

Your story is an inspiration to us all. It just sucks that the teacher's boss has no sense of humor or that now a days you can't really say what you want...wait - isn't that one of our Bill of Rights...freedom of speech? I could've SWORN one of my teachers taught me that at some point.
Needless to say, I think you ROCK HARD VodkaMom!

Nicole said...

That is such a sad story! If we could only seperate or lives from work, the way it should be, life would be so much easier. I hope that teacher can get past it (and her boss) and keep on being histerical!!! Have a wonderful day.

Christine said...

I'm sending you lots of love and gratitude- for the laughs, the stories, and the cautionary tale. As I'm sending out resumes to go back to teaching in the fall, it's a good reminder to reign it in over at my blog. So glad you're not going anywhere!

Phat Mama said...

That had to be incredibly difficult.

You are so loved and adored here.

Thank you for staying.

Mary@Holy Mackerel said...

Yippeee!! So glad you're sticking around.

Good piece of fiction, by the way...you know it's good because you just can't make stuff like that up. :o)

Meg said...

Yikes. I've been dealing with something similar.

Be strong. Write honest. Screw the boss. Well, not literally.

for a different kind of girl said...

Glad that first grade teacher from Oregon plans to keep up what she does well.

Tom Erdman said...

Speaking truth to power is more important today than ever, even if it is from a fictional teacher from Oregon. Nothing great is ever easy. Hang in there.

*Akilah Sakai* said...

You make a very good point. We aren't too old to learn and it can be painful at times. I'm positive she's got some great friends rallying behind her as she heals.

Carolyn...Online said...

Stupid reality.

But look how far you've come in 8 months. I would look but I might get jealous and that's not a good look for me.

Unknown said...

I have nothing witty to add. Just wanted to tell you again that I love you and your blog (wow, pretty strong emotions for someone who's never even met you, huh?) It would be SO cool if that teacher in Oregon could somehow figure out how to create a new anonymous blog that all her readers just happened to find out about and she could go back to sharing all she did before.

Petra a.k.a The Wise (*Young*) Mommy said...

First of all, I would like to know what kind of problem this boss had with said blog.

But aside from that, this teacher just needs to know that her readers love her and will read whatever she writes, wherever she writes, whenever she decides to write it. Just keep us posted. We love you.

Suzy said...

Was this about me?

Michel said...

!his too, shall pass! We love you - you should write a book!

Eternal Lizdom said...

I'm eager to hear the next chapter of this fictional teacher's story!

SkylersDad said...

Sending out hugs to the Pacific Northwest.

Love you girl!

Sue said...

Maybe administrators in Oregon forgot what their job role really is, you know? I mean aren't they supposed to be mangaging a school like a CEO does a company, or are they really working undercover for the FBI to get the real dirt on first grade teachers? Or maybe they have a lot of time, since it rains a lot in Oregon, to be both a CEO and work part-time for the FBI AND be a principal! What a multi tasker! Wow, that is a big job!!

Kathy B! said...

I'm glad that this fictional character has such a grounded perspective on life and is able to look objectively enough at an unfortunate situation to find the opportunities. You're a fabulous fiction writer, VM. Who knew ;)

Sandee said...

That's my girl. I knew you would come around. I just knew it. Good for you.

Have a terrific day honey. Big hug. :)

Zani said...

We love you VM.. and we are so glad you came back. Please do not ever go away again! *hugs lots*

Sticky said...

From one fictional small town Oregon girl to another - "she" can teach my little monster anytime! I feel better knowing someone like that is around here, close, somewhere. Rock on sista!

Rebecca said...

Oh VM, I hope you know how much we adore you! We love your blog. Keep going.
I ran into issues when some of my daughters friends found my blog. There was a not so nice post about some of my daughters friends. Even though names were NEVER given, they knew who they were. I posted that I would not apologize for any of it. If they want to read my blog fine. But it is mine, not theirs. I just had to adjust some of the content I share about my teenagers.
Give it a week or so, it will get better!

anymommy said...

She's a wise woman, with a story that could have happened to any of us. Hugs.

Kendra said...

I know you have heard this 59 times before but I'm glad to read the ficitional character is staying to write. I'm ready to keep reading and keep crying and laughing.

Wunderwoman said...

You made my day, No I honestly mean you MADE my day!! We're here for you VM...

Ladybird World Mother said...

Oops. Couldnt you pretend not to know and write something Unbelievably Naughty?
We love you anyway. Dont you DARE stop!!XX

Laura said...

VM, you're back!!! I've been missing out on all of these great posts b/c I thought you were really gone!! I just caught up, & I'm so sorry that you were sent to the principal's office, but I'm thrilled to add you back to my daily (or almost daily) blog-reading-lurking habit!! I missed you!!

Susan said...

I totally wonder if I should remove my pic and family photos from my blog. I don't have my name, but so many people know about it, and I wonder is it worth the problems that could arise? Especially in my career.... Hmmmm.

Unknown said...

Well I am glad this ficticious story had a happy ending and if I could, would give the ficticious teacher a great big hug and tell her how glad I am that she is back

Yolanda said...

whatever lesson this oregonian teacher learned, i'm glad she didn't give up blogging. i'm so glad to see her, to read her, and i'd like to give her a hug.

but i'm too far away, so i'll just drink more vodka tonight :D

Magpie said...

You write lovely fiction.

Unknown said...

Love the work in progress observation....I always say that about my life but hell yeah it's about me too. We are all a work in progress....

You're a strong, fiesty, survivor kind of chick....

....so I'll see you around. For a long time I'm sure...

Take care of that spirit.

Joanie said...

I know a nurse to whom this happened. The blog still exists. There are no posts about work. And she still has great bloggy friends.

The only loser was the hospital where she was once employed: they lost the best nurse they ever had.

Da Goddess

Rachel Cotterill said...

See, this is why I nail my name to my blog... a constant reminder that anything I write can and probably will be read by the people in the stories. That way I don't get tempted to hide behind (fragile) anonymity.

Anyway, I hope our fictional friend is ok and the fallout not serious :)

Desert Songbird said...

Even painful lessons are ones that need to be experienced. We all continue to learn every day; otherwise, we'd be dead!

zelzee said...

And who could ask for anything more?

We are all glad you're back! but, feel bad for you.....that's why I try to stay anonymous. Not sure how some people would take things, even though I am pretty tame.

MommaKiss said...

love your fiction writing, and it's a point to be reinforced, we are never too old to stop learning.

fictionally speaking, are you still on twitter? I'd love to know - i'm mommakiss there, too.

mo.stoneskin said...

So does 'she' like it when the dogs bark? I mean, I've always liked quiet dogs...

I'm glad 'she' is continuing to blog, very glad indeed.

I expect 'she' has zillions of fans, even from over the pond.

Lynn C Mama to 3 said...

My brother was a teacher in Kansas and had a blog. He mentioned another teacher, not by name, but in a post about how our aunt had a liver transplant and now his coworker's wive was having one and blah blah blah. My brother was fired. Lesson learned to us all.

The bright side - my brother still blogs, the coworker is still his friend, and life's bumps just make the journey more interesting.

Lorraine said...

I work in a school district where the superintendent has recently been accused of plaigiarism and where many people continually blast him, other administrators, board members, and teachers under anonymous names in the local newspaper on-line forum for whatever "controversial" issue they think important. It's okay for them to say whatever they like about whatever they like when they hide behind a screen name. The brave one's that don't hide are beaten down. That's just wrong.

So, when they catch up with me, I guess I'll be exiled to fictional Oregon too.

apathy lounge said...

Yeah...I know some teachers who won't even FACEBOOK because their schools really frown on it. It's one of the reasons why my blog carries no hint of my name or where I work. Too risky. However...if my parents ever found out (or extended family) I'd be screwed. Heal yourself and know we're right here.

Lawyer Mom said...

I still don't get all the school fuss, because I've never seen anything on here that would be offensive. Anyway, problem solved, I suppose, if your posts are fiction.

suzanneelizabeths.com said...

I hope the teacher and more importantly the Principal knows that her blog has represented the teaching profession well and if I had young children, I would gladly send to her class. I think said teacher is a terrific inspiration...and I hope she hurries up and finds an agent and get published.

Far Side of Fifty said...

I am hoping that the great little gal in Oregon gets a book deal, and then is named teacher of the year and calls all her bloggy friends to celebrate as we all give the very fictional principal the finger as we ride off into the sunset.
What happened to freedom of speech? Are they all fictional idiots in fictional Oregon? :(

Ron said...

It's good to know there's going to be a sequel... can't wait. Like teens waiting for the next Twilight book.

Kate Coveny Hood said...

The worst thing that you can do to anyone is break their spirit. It breaks my heart to think of anyone breaking your spirit my friend. I'm glad to hear that you keeping both your blog and your dignity. You could give up one but you could never lose the other.

tera said...

Said teacher's said principal needs to understand that it's no different than going to your said friends and bitching about work over said martinis.
Except there are 3427 said friends and the bitching is done via said internet. ;)

Keep your chin up. We love ya.

Counselormama said...

I guess this means no more curse words and no more talking about the students? Did you, I mean, did she say, "Prove that's my blog!!!" to her Principal, I mean boss? just wondering. Cuz, uh, that's my plan...

Anonymous said...

You mean that principal thought those stories you wrote were true??? Really! Eff her/him if they can't take a joke!

Keep on writing! We love it.

Sue in WI

Captain Dumbass said...

That first grade teacher is pretty cool. If she jumped on the I5, went through the green state above her and kept driving north until the road signs read kph instead of mph, there's a SAHD up there that would be happy to buy her a martini.

Unknown said...

Good stories should always have a beginning, a middle and an end and when you throw in a moral or two, well damn, you've got a best seller!


Roshni said...

good for her!

Andrea's Sweet Life said...


I'm lucky in that my husband is my boss, unlucky in that my employees read my blog.

Keep on keepin' on!

DKC said...

A very interesting story. I especially like the ending.

tracey.becker1@gmail.com said...

We never ARE too old to learn, are we? Glad you're sticking with it. Talk to you soon.

Mags said...

The greatest teachers are those that continue to learn. :) I'm glad you are here blog-blog land!!!

Divine Chaos said...

I'm glad you decided to stick around ;)

globaltoll said...

Thanks for teaching offline and online. Glad you are here!

Lee Ryan said...


Thinkpol agents have informed me of doubleplusungood crimespeak posted to your blog. It would be goodwise for you to speedwise return to goodthink and devote work to promotion of good bellyfeel and denial of ownlife. Failure to comply will result in immediate reassignment to joycamp.


Stay strong and keep the red sash in the closet.

Best Regards,


The Girl Next Door said...

Oh wow. Kind of like when my Ex discovered my "nextdoor2myex" blog? Yeah. I feel you. Now? He reads it daily and I don't care. Of course, my boss doesn't know yet. I heart your blog and hope it all works out.

Sister Mary Martha said...

Aw, a teachable moment. Teachers don't know everything, even those teachers who are in charge of other teachers. As a nun, I can tell you that some teachers just make things up all together.

Sounds like someone is in Limbo.


Jenn @ Juggling Life said...

It's hard to say secret when you're wildly successful and have a newspaper column.

It will all work out.

King of New York Hacks said...

Just make sure this fictional writer keeps kicking ass and doesn't mention any names...except fictional ones of course !! ;-)

Me said...

I hope this particular first grade teacher keeps blogging. We teachers need to stick together. I, too, worry about being "outed" but in the end, aren't we allowed to have opinions? Love reading your blog.

Missy said...

Glad things worked out for this teacher! Looking forward to new posts!

Anonymous said...

I keep hoping my principal will find my blog and fire me. I have got to get out of that place.

Jannie Funster said...

Heal, baby, Heal.

And all WILL be better than ever before.

Smart Mouth Broad said...

Thanks for sharing this story about the great teacher and her blog. She must be some woman! We are all a work in progress.

laughingwolf said...

welcome back, you fictional teacher, you! xo

Peggy said...

This fictional first grade teacher better stay. I've just found her!
We support all bloggers whi speak their minds as well as this teacher does.

LiteralDan said...

Keep us posted on this friend-of-a-friend's progress, especially if her take on things is nearly as entertaining as your own.

Rambling Rachel said...

I always write, knowing that anyone might read it--even those I don't want to. It causes a little censorship, but also forces courage.

cw2smom said...

What a story she has! I am sure common sense and the truth will prevail in her fictional life! She certainly deserves the best life has to offer, especially considering the fact that she's a TEACHER which has got to be the toughest job next to mothering that I can think of! This blog author has had to censor her entries because of the end of a "friendship" with the subject of quite a few entries. He's obliterated me from his life, myspace and facebook, yet probably still reads my blog. Grrrr! I am thinking of going private. But, I don't want to give him the satisfaction. Arrgggh! Blessings Dear Mom! Lisa

Pop and Ice said...

I really like Lee Ryan's comment. And I'm adding to it.

Comrade! You must be reedumacated before you can come back to the fold!

There must be a better word for "fold" in 1984. Too tired to investigate.

Sometimes our viewpoint needs a little adjusting and I'd say that 1st grade teacher in Oregon will do just fine.

LadyFi said...

I love this positive attitude! I do believe that this fictitious first-grade teacher will keep on growing and spreading joy wherever she goes...

IB said...

I know a coupla good bars in the Portland area if your friend ever needs a drink. It sounds like she could use one right about now.

Vince said...

Wow! That's a nice story. I'm glad she decided not to give up blogging. I can't wait to see what happens next!

Angie Ledbetter said...

And when is this fictional character's book going to grace bookstore shelves everywhere?

Remember, life (and all its pits and cherries) makes GREAT book fodder. *hint hint* :)

Bum Atom said...

you are a master blogger
one day you're in the next out
and in a again
good stories too
is this really the martini mom?

Twenty Four At Heart said...

You know ... I've wondered about that. I know the schools here would FREAK if a teacher blogged about his/her class even if it was positive, entertaining, and a joy for many to read. Sending you huge hugs and love to your *friend* in Oregon too! ; )

Crys said...

Painful lessons are indeed hard, but sometimes the most rewarding lessons in our lives.

Mayberry said...

I'm so glad you're here. I hear Oregon is lovely.

Kelly said...

OH NO!!!!

A girl at work found my blog, via Facebook. I had to delete (quickly) all posts that referenced co-workders.


Anonymous said...

I hope to see a book deal for some more great fiction.

Anonymous said...

Hmmmm.....I've heard a story like this before. Except in the other story the blogger gets fired from her job and a few years later her blogging brings in a six figure income.
Hang in there!
Found you from SITS!!!

Jennifer Ortiz said...

Oh dear! My boss found me on facebook and requested to be my friend..........not a good experience either!

Jeanne Estridge said...

The lessons that are the most valuable are frequently also the most painful. I wish I could promise you that this would be an experience you'll look back on some day with gratitude, but, you know, sometimes something that seems like a bucket of shit is just that.

Liz said...

Oh, I'm sorry for the woman. She was doing things for herself, vs. things for everybody else, something that gave her joy. And she got hammered. Not fun. I have a book to recommend to her, to help heal her soul and maybe draw a few more boundaries around herself for her own balance. It's "Honor Yourself," by Patricia Spadaro. It's about so many things: achieving balance in our lives, about give and take, giving to yourself, learning to do all those things gracefully. Think of it (as the author does) as practical spirituality.

Anonymous said...

I hope this teacher in Oregon doesn't let "the man"get her down!!!

This seems to be happening more and more now days. I think what people do or write on their own time is their own business.

I know your not yourself.... but I like the not so polished Vodka Mom better!!! I hope she comes back again!

Julie said...

Hang in there, you...er...I mean she has a lot of friends out here who are THRILLED that there will be more to come and will wait.....

Laura said...

I think the sign of having "made it" in the blogging world is when you unintentionally piss someone off.
To the woman in Ohio, I say "well done."

and can someone please get that principle a vodka on the rocks, like, NOW.

CDB said...

Most important life lesson we all miss: Life is too short.

Bitchy misses your blog?! The universe really is turning itself inside out, eh?

Anonymous said...

so happy to find your blog so talented

Debbie said...

I had my suspicions that a blogger I knew had this very experience. I'm so happy my friend is still blogging.

Marshmallow Circus said...

Just found your blog. I hope this other person doesn't quite blogging, it would be a shame. :)

An Unlikely Retirement said...

Wait, you're in Oregon? I love Oregon. Ok, I haven't seen much. Just Medford & Ashland. Medford's where I go to buy things I don't want to pay sales tax on (whoa...is the IRS going to come after me? Crap, I shouldn't have said that). It's very close to where I live.

Zip n Tizzy said...

Only the fabulous famouse bloggers get found out by their bosses.
Sing it Mary: You're gonna make it after all!

Amy said...

Brava, bella.

Unknown said...

I agree with Marinka - that teacher is wise and funny and just great to be around.

Court D said...

Goodness, good luck to you, or her. Sounds like Dooce all over again though, maybe you'll get tons of more people at your site and make it worth it?

Colleen - Mommy Always Wins said...

Uh oh. I feel ya.

I can't say I had any negative repercussions when my boss found my blog, but I can sympathize. Hope you stick around!

Kristina P. said...

So, I am the idiot who has my name plastered all over my blog. My direct supervisor knows about is, as do all my coworkers.

I never, ever post about clients, as I am a social worker. Not even without names, or something funny they might say. I wouldn't want them to find it.

However, I have posted about funny exploits with coworkers around the office. We are hard workers, who do a great job.

A coworker at another office, who hates our office and my boss, found my blog, has been reading it, and saw a post I had posted of us taking a few goofy pictures around the office. Nothing crazy.

She turned me in, and my supervisor's boss looked at is, at well as our HIPAA person. I was basically told just to be careful, and to make sure that it didn't look like we were goofing off all day.

It was sort of a weight lifted off, knowing that people in charge HAVE seen it, and didn't freak out. At all. I did take down most of the pictures from that post, and will be careful.

It's something I've been thinking a lot about, lately. How will potential future employees view me? Etc.

I feel your pain.

Anonymous said...

tough choice to make!

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