The other day, my *almost* sixteen-year-old daughter read to me out loud her response to one of the questions on an assignment in her advanced English class. The question was:
“Who or what has had the biggest impact on the development of your voice?”
Me [best attempt at no expression]: “Ooh!!! Good question.”
Me [inside]: ME!! PLEASE SAY ME!! But it might not be me. Shit, I don’t have a poker face, Christy, get it together here!! If it’s not you, you don’t want to make her feel bad. Whatever she says is fine, whoever it is. OH PLEASE LET IT BE ME!!
Spoiler alert: It was me. 🙂 !!!
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