Pioneer Square Vignette № 3.

I’ve never been in the 7-Eleven at the corner of First and Cherry, but there are always people milling outside of it: talking, exchanging, arguing, smoking, laughing, yelling. Wheeling, dealing. Coming, going, loafing, waiting.

That night, the light from the door…

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Emoting, frustrated human. Two sourdough starters in fridge. I don’t write nearly as much as I want to. / @neylano

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Emoting, frustrated human. Two sourdough starters in fridge. I don’t write nearly as much as I want to. / @neylano

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