Come on, I see through you

Tired of being pushed aside. I can see that you are lying by omission. And since when do you set your phone aside when you see a text from me? I really hate that people decide to change and then pretend as if they haven’t. I didn’t move my entire family back here to just be here. It was to be close and be included. Funny you don’t like being excluded but have no problem doing it to me. I have plenty of my own kids but I’ve always made others a priority. Funny. Not reciprocated too often.

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fastcompany:

“Nadia Televiak, 68, in 22C is out of candles. Antonia Rivera, 72, her next-door neighbor in 22B, is sick with a fever and is in need of food. In 20G there is an elderly man with a broken foot who only speaks Cantonese—luckily one of our group can translate. In 18H, one of the Wongs has a heart problem and they haven’t been able to climb downstairs. In 8A there are two young girls by themselves. They say their mom is at work.”
Here’s what’s really happening in blackout-stricken Manhattan.


Thank you for this inside look.  This is more then the mainstream media is not sharing. My heart goes out.

fastcompany:

“Nadia Televiak, 68, in 22C is out of candles. Antonia Rivera, 72, her next-door neighbor in 22B, is sick with a fever and is in need of food. In 20G there is an elderly man with a broken foot who only speaks Cantonese—luckily one of our group can translate. In 18H, one of the Wongs has a heart problem and they haven’t been able to climb downstairs. In 8A there are two young girls by themselves. They say their mom is at work.”

Here’s what’s really happening in blackout-stricken Manhattan.

Thank you for this inside look. This is more then the mainstream media is not sharing. My heart goes out.