Being mediocre at playing the piano is exactly what I need.
True story: One summer, years ago, I went tubing with my family and a boyfriend. The sun was blazing, and the water was cool. It was a perfect day to close your eyes and let the current carry you. Full story.
Jennifer Weiner (The New York Times) / December 29, 2018
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