OJOS PERDIDOS

(Introduction: My best friend from Colombia flew to my house to help me deep clean. She shared this story with me. “Lost Eyes” — Mil gracias, Yadi.)

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Jenny era una mujer joven y feliz que vivía con Susan una chica ciega que tuvo cáncer en los ojos durante la infancia y por esta razón ya no tenía ojos.

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Her writing muse lurks in the volcanic hills amidst mustangs, marmots and jackalopes. While hiking with her dogs, Ann stumbles upon stories of dark humor.

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Ann James

Ann James

Her writing muse lurks in the volcanic hills amidst mustangs, marmots and jackalopes. While hiking with her dogs, Ann stumbles upon stories of dark humor.

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