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  • Writer's pictureashleyandrews

work in progress

Be careful as you approach. You might not notice at first the traffic cones that line my curves. If you travel alongside me, note that progress will likely be slow.

I apologize (too much) for the sudden pot holes and unexpected turns.

There’s a lot yet to scrape up before we begin to pave the way with new, smooth roads that likely won’t feel like mine for quite some time.


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