Goodbye Girl


Morgan’s been home for fall break from WVU, but is now headed back to Morgantown. She comes! She goes!

P.S. You can see I’ve been trying the squirrel hunting thing again. With the usual success or lack thereof!

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The color! It’s COMING.

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