Dublin, CA —
“I get out on the 27th, but the date on the carton said the 27th. Ugh, it’s all I can think about,” Huffman told Warden Zicklin. “I don’t know why I asked Housekeeper Consuela to buy a carton so close to my incarceration. And it’s organic, so it doesn’t have any of those nasty additives to preserve it. It’ll probably be alright. But I don’t know how much more risk I can handle at this point in my life. At least I know the almond and hemp milk is still good, because I hadn’t even opened it yet.”
“Oh well, if it *has* gone bad, I’ll just let Housekeeper take it home to her kids. I do like to give back once in a while,” said the remorseful Huffman as she watched fellow inmates pick up trash from the yard.
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OMG, I LOVE HER! Such a good compassionate soul that suffers with the marginalized.