Julia T. Williams | Why Wednesday
Julia T. Williams is a storyteller on a mission to help better lives through storytelling. She writes about all the things that go wrong and how people fight to make them right. Telling stories that matter while helping others cultivate theirs.
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Why Wednesday

* Why do my arms look like my thighs?

* Why did I let him believe that I was feeling him more than I actually was?

* Why am I planning to say some things on the Ave that might drop some jaws in the near future?

* Why do people tape obituaries to their dashboards?

* Why continue wearing braids when it is painfully obvious that your hairline is shot?

* Why is the temptation to have sex greater once you start?

* Why I wish I had remained a virgin until marriage.

* Why do I know very little about the bible but I am a preacher’s daughter?

* Why do people think preacher’s kids are freaks?

* Why do bloggers talk about other bloggers?

* Why put $5 in the gas tank when you’re going to have to put more in by the time you get home?

* Why am I practicing celibacy again?

* Why say you’re going to do something when you totally intend not to?

* Why won’t you just tell him that you want to be with a woman?

* Why is there no such thing as a secret?

* Why do you think what you do in the dark won’t come to the light?

This is Jewells signing out…

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