Don’t Judge My Choices Without Understanding My Reasons
Don’t judge my choices without understanding my reasons.
Some years ago I remember standing in my kitchen, staring silently at my boxes of cereal, trying to decide which to have for breakfast. Was it a Frostie’s morning, or was it more of an Oat Crunchie’s day? Or maybe granola? I stood there for 5 minutes, until – utterly frustrated – I marched out of the house and went without.
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