Mental Maps, Roads of Memory

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It’s one of those days. When you misplaced your keys. Forgot to charge your phone.

It’s midnight, and your eyes are very tired. Walking in the parking lot feels more like floating than walking because you’d left your eyeglasses in the car, and everything is a dark, nebulous bubble. The world is underwater; you’re swimming in the dark without goggles on.

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Beach mom. Chef's wife. Literature prof, writer.

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