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Spring-Summer Diary by Tobias Haglund



Beef, potatoes, gravy, fork and knife to the left, glass to the right. The volume set to eleven and the table lamp lit, not the standalone lamp.


Switched detergent!!!


Bianca’s visit was cancelled so I had to throw away the pies. Also if I’m being honest to myself I don’t like pies.


A raccoon family found the pies. The two trash cans were open and garbage all over our driveway when he left for work. I need to learn! How can I be so stupid!? My shirt’s ruined now of course. A shower will clean my face, but my shirt is ruined. The gray-brownish liquid. It’s in my hair! I need a shower.

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