‘Dirty Laundry’ By Adanya Shadi

In a world where reality can be manipulated by filters, cleverly constructed compositions and photoshop, we need our faces cupped and our attention drawn to something real. Dirty Laundry is an honest, utterly unexaggerated, funny take on quotidian life as a mother and spouse. Not as Pinterest promised but as it really is. Written in the second person, the reader doesn’t need to be a mother or a spouse, they only need to be human to relate to this short, sharp and witty dirty laundry airing!

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