CW: Murder at the Banyan Tree.

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One day at a time...

On the weekends, or sometimes even during weekdays, when she got too stressed out, Lara went to the botanic gardens located just a short bike ride away from her home to relax and center herself. She had been to the gardens well over a hundred times, and so she knew every nook and cranny, which meant that even if there were a lot of people there, she was still able to find a secluded spot where she could get rid of all her negative energy. It was her happy place – Heaven on Earth.

The banyan tree located in the far corner of the gardens, off the beaten path, was her favorite hiding spot. With its many branches and a thick trunk, the tree provided shelter from the sun and prying eyes. On summer days, Lara would sit on a soft, baby blue blanket she had laid down and rest…

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      1. There have been plenty of times I FELT I was in the wrong place at the wrong time, but I guess I’ve come to believe there’s a reason for everything that happens to me. But when the reason is to remind me that I should give my day to the Lord early, because on my own I don’t do well – that’s not fun. :/

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