D’verse is good, Nan is bad

Published July 27, 2019 by Nan Mykel

Petru tells me I should apologize to my good friend D’Verse for suspecting them of cruelty to 83-year olds.  It’s true I’ve hit the skids, and somehow a miracle subsequently admitted me to Thursday’s Open Link Night, for which I thank them and apologize.   (I’d already taken down my Dark comments.)

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