By Annarose Russo

Annarose Russo is a graduate of Western New England College and is currently and M.F.A. student at The City College of New York. She has traveled the world in search of all things positive, writing stories as she goes. Russo currently resides in Yonkers, NY, with her fiancé.

  1. My father calls the tooth fairy the tooth bunny, because my grandparents didn’t know how to say “fairy” when he was a little boy. He jumped off the roof of their house once, using a towel as a cape, because his parents explained to him that a man named S-u-p-e-r could fly. They spread their arms out wide, to emphasize how he flew, but no one knew how to tell him Superman wasn’t

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