A New Year Superstition That Worked To My Advantage

I wish I could make this crap up.

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My wasband’s Mom was the queen of superstitions. She told me I needed to get my two-year old daughter to the doctor because she was grinding her teeth. She said that meant my daughter had worms. She warned me not to wallpaper the nursery because the umbilical cord would wrap around the baby’s neck and strangle her. I…

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Writing is my newly found passion; Snack Bitch to a Pomeranian, Mini Schnauzer, Irish Catholic, and Ragdoll Cat; warped sense of humor; joke and storyteller.

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Diane Egan

Diane Egan

Writing is my newly found passion; Snack Bitch to a Pomeranian, Mini Schnauzer, Irish Catholic, and Ragdoll Cat; warped sense of humor; joke and storyteller.

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