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Sudie Crouch
“Mrs. B said you unfriended her,” was how Mama greeted me one day on the phone. “I did no such of a thing,” I replied. “She said you did.” “She doesn’t have her facts straight.” Mama tsked tsked at my comment, finding it disrespectful, I am sure. “So, you didn’t unfriend her?” “No, I haven’t unfriended anyone,” I answered. “Why does she think I have?” “Because she was trying to Facebook you – am I saying that right? And she went to your profile, but you were no longer friends.” “Maybe she unfriended me,” I said.