Inkwell and Paper

Always Wrong

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Mom said, “She told me what you said. I think you’re wrong. You should apologize.”

I replied. “But you didn’t hear my side of what happened.”

“It doesn’t matter. If what she said is correct, you’re wrong anyway you look at it.”

The story of my life.

“How do you know if you don’t hear my side?” Stupidly, I wondered.

“It doesn’t matter. I know you. You’re always wrong. You need to make this right.”

I hate being me.

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