Seven heads are better than one, and she wants to keep all of them close, but the combined intelligence of her children was enough to put her at ease and go out shopping by herself.

Falsehood doesn’t begin on the tip of a wolf’s tongue, but rather in the moment she chooses to believe that she can control the future.

Coincidences are strung together to form a series of events, and even she, a mother of seven, realises that she’s a slave to the situation, even when everything eventually goes her way.


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