Soup Cans

Based on a Series of True Events

Photo Credit: Me

It’s not that I’m a snob or think I’m too good to eat canned food. Here’s an interesting fact about me; I grew up in poverty and starving. Most days the meal I ate at school was the only meal I ate. It’s most likely something psychological. I mean, food is food, right?

I have this impression set in my stubborn head that canned food is intended for a nuclear war or…

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I blog to stay sane. erikastorms.substack.com

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I blog to stay sane. erikastorms.substack.com

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