This Is Kayley's Story, One Girl: Two People. The Joy and the Strength out of Addiction and into Care – Part 1

So it IS out. There it is, the book of: "She wore that dress".

I have been an open book, Kayley. I have been through such a struggle of self preservation. I think people can actually all be extraordinary at being themselves. I have been me for forty six years. I have not always liked me, nor liked my actions; looking back I can see

#mypassionrunsdeep.

I have done most of what you heard about me. I have also been that girl your mother warned me about. Yes. She warned me along with you; as did His, Hers, and Mine.

Day 1 spending the day without drugs. So far completed all my tasks, as I am a list girl.

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