Tag Archives: Brittany Ackerman

The Pact

We hadn’t talked in a while. Mom was helping me move and you were down south. I wasn’t sure what you were doing. Grandpa died and mom was acting like everything was fine. She ordered bread and butter and I asked to be excused … Continue reading

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Bloomington

He drove us down to Griffy Lake. Both of us knew it was ending. It started to rain and I didn’t even have to say anything, he knew the downpour was making me mad. Anxious I corrected. “Everything worries you.” Instead of fighting I … Continue reading

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A Letter to No One in Particular

I used to lose money out of my apron all the time. I couldn’t count correctly. I wasn’t getting high anymore, I was just confused. I went outside and got bit by mosquitos and this girl would talk about being … Continue reading

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