C H A P T E R 21 - Dilara.

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Regardless of the fact that I had gone through so much effort to sort things out in the cafe, it seemed like everything was still far from running as smoothly as it always had. I hadn’t yet taken the time to micro-analyse everything that happened, but I didn’t think that anyone would have that time on their hands. But it didn’t matter. Not all too much in the first place. What mattered, was the fact that I would need to make sure that I sorted out this problem before the end of the month. My financial situation wasn’t the worst yet, but things like this take a while. For all I know, it could be something small that’s holding me back and I simply don’t realise it. It definitely wouldn’t surprise me if that ended up being the case. At this point, there was still anything that was possib

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