Being Nice Doesn’t Make You A Good Person. It Makes You Weak.

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This morning the front walkway was slick with a thin sheet of wet ice. As I walked my three kids from the house to the car, I warned them to be careful and to try and step on the grass where there was at least some traction, but before I could get all the words out, my eight-year-old slipped and fell, ass over tea kettle.

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I live in Maine and I’m deathly allergic to lobster | Rep’d by Folio Lit | Follow my stories here: https://sarahcottrell.medium.com/membership

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Sarah Cottrell

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I live in Maine and I’m deathly allergic to lobster | Rep’d by Folio Lit | Follow my stories here: https://sarahcottrell.medium.com/membership

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