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Tag Archives: Parental Alienation



My sisters and I are Irish Triplets. Born to the same mother within three years of each other. We have a strong family resemblance. Big light-colored eyes, small noses, full lips. My paternal extended family shared these same beautiful features, and my mother is beautiful. Read more »


The Last Laugh

The girls came peeling down the hallway. It was the time of night that could have been morning. The house was moving and shaking. I comforted my two-year old and four-year old daughters, and protected my belly. Zazu was in there. Read more »


Our Love, Our Existence – Zachary Mayer

Introduction – Jill Slaughter

My beloved oldest daughter J.Lucy has been perched on the highest most craggy precipice watching, staying out of the line of fire. Observant, astute, fiercely loyal, and loving. Read more »


Just In Case

There are things in my apartment I don’t need or want, but I keep none the less. There are useless items taking up space in my kitchen, the bathroom, the closet, and really, in every room. Read more »

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