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Stormy Weather

When an old frenemy gets back in touch, it raises the point crucial to Yom Kippur: Forgiveness doesn’t always fix everything, and that’s fine.

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Hannah says:

this cartoon had many truths and were cleverly conveyed but in my opinion, ended flatly. forgive me!

Mel Stringer says:

As always, AS ALWAYS, you brighten my day with your heartfelt stories.

Oh Vanessa, I’ve felt the weight of one or two of these crazy Clownies. You are an amazing storyteller, lots and lots of love.

Creepy Mike says:

Why are the clowns always the evil ones? Oh yeah, because they are evil! Ha ha ha!

C. Duffy says:

another great one!

This was great – until the punchline. you better not move in with me).

This is excellent! How do you uncover these items?

Vincent says:

brilliant vanessa

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Stormy Weather

When an old frenemy gets back in touch, it raises the point crucial to Yom Kippur: Forgiveness doesn’t always fix everything, and that’s fine.