Imperfections Aren’t Always Flaws — But How Can We Tell The Difference?

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Emily Sinclair Montague

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Author & Full-Time Writer. Embracing life’s chaos one word at a time. Get in touch at emsinclair@wordsofafeather.net (or don’t, but I love the attention)!

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