Introvert Flash Post: The Day I Learned I Could (Almost) Fly

It was glorious! I was soaring, the wind rushing past me. I had never felt so free and alive. I reveled in my newfound power as the pavement raced by below me. I could defy gravity. I COULD FLY!

Every life has moments of glory. You just have to know when to say “Cut!” and stop filming.

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Introvert Flash Post: The Day I Learned I Could (Almost) Fly

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