THE FIRST ONE — LIFE OF JEUMAO

“I am so unhappy” Agatha sighed, as she walked out onto the balcony. “I WANT MORE!” she screamed at the top of her lungs, dragging the attention of her neighbors, who were familiar with her Sunday afternoon rants. Agatha had it all, the career, the assets, the relationship, the only problem was, they did not […]

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