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2020 October
Story #7 by Lilly

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2020 October
Story #6 by Emma Malia

“I can’t believe she told me that!”I wonder if that’s what’s going through people’s minds, if that’s what they’re thinking on the rare occasions when I share such things?That’s why I keep them to myself most of the time, these… Continue Reading →

2020 October
Story #5 by John

I can’t believe she told me that! That was possibly Alex’s biggest secret, his crush on Lindsay. Now why would Katie tell me that? Is she jealous, happy, confused, I’m not sure, but I’m personally confused. Of all people to… Continue Reading →

2020 October
Story #4 by Sam

What Was Not Said “I can’t believe she told me that!” I stood in bitter silence as I watched the rapport crumble into broken pieces of love, support, understanding, and trust that slipped through my cupped hands like glassy sand…. Continue Reading →

2020 October
Story #3 by Grace

“I can’t believe she told me that!” my mom said to me with tears in her eyes. With a deep breath my mother told me words I will never forget. “Maryanne called me; Madeline passed away last night Gracie.” My… Continue Reading →

2020 October
Story #2 by Liam

“I can’t believe she told me that!” “You weren’t supposed to find out this way.” “I can’t believe that this is real. And you of all people. How could you look me in the face, and not tell me?!” “All… Continue Reading →

2020 October
Story #1 by Zachary

“I can’t believe she told me that!” she cried. “Why did she have to say that to me!” I had heard my daughter sobbing quietly in the bathroom. She didn’t tell me anything when I asked, only repeating these few… Continue Reading →

2020 October
Street Snippet

The October Street Snippet was heard by Aurora while walking towards the subway, 8th Avenue at 14th Street. “I can’t believe she told me that!” There it is, the beginning of your story. Is it a mystery? Is it an… Continue Reading →

2020 September
Outstanding Contributions

Congratulations to Emma Malia, Grace and Sam for their contributions to 2020 September Street Snippets. (Click their name to read their story.) They will receive a Certificate of Achievement for the contributions. In addition, Nicolas, Liam, Lillian and Maizy will… Continue Reading →

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