99: “You’re very dramatic”

Suze’s life was going pretty well. Things had taken a drastic turn for the better ever since her trip to California. For one thing, that had been amazing and fun. For another, her manager Angela had loved it and Piper had been put in her place. Now Piper was forced to actually evaluate all of […]

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52: “Was that not helpful?”

Suze woke up in Santa Barbara, had yet another donut for breakfast, and then drove everyone in the van to the waterfront where they walked Stearn’s Wharf and had ice cream, also for breakfast. “I’m going to come back to Canada weighing, like, a hundred pounds more than I did when I left,” Suze remarked […]

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85: “I don’t actually like you so my desire to help you is pretty much nonexistent”

Suze considered herself an intelligent woman. She would describe herself as wise. She also had a great deal of emotional intelligence. These were the reasons, she told herself, that other people kept coming to her for relationship advice. It stung a little bit, considering her own relationship had fallen to pieces, but as that wasn’t […]

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62: “Do you suppose this is what it was like to be invited to Hannibal Lector’s house for dinner?”

Suze had been seeing Adam for a couple weeks, but she had come to realize that she wasn’t actually interested in being his girlfriend. She wasn’t ready yet. She still thought about Karl a lot and she didn’t think she would ever love someone near as much as she had loved him. She assumed that […]

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27: “Boozy Suzie!”

Suze was having issues at work. She was having issues in general, but the ones at work had gotten worse. She was fairly certain she had found a genuine enemy in Piper, her co-worker, the one who had wanted Suze’s job. Honestly, if Suze had known taking the job was going to wreak so much […]

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