It’s Hard to Bury the First Woman You Ever Loved.

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Like many human beings on this earth, I started out with one (1) mother. The same woman whose genes I copied happened to raise me for my first eighteen years of life. Such a person has quite an impact on you, especially since some colourful things happened throughout those eighteen years.

My mom entered the workforce at a time when college was a social requirement. So, being the…

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