#OneLineSunday by #RSsos Lines all about JUDGE
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His mother, the best judge of character her knew, trusted Jil.
This quiet time between the moon’s sleep and the sun’s awakening was Etienne’s favorite part of the day. Few people were out, and no one was around to judge.
Olga’s anger had burned. She’d acted like judge and jury without giving Maggie the benefit of a doubt. It hurt.
It felt so good to spill her demons on someone who wouldn’t judge her for the hatred she felt for her ex. She sobbed into the crook of his neck.
Knowing Adele, she had judged the information to be either irrelevant or too embarrassing to share.
He shook his head with an amused expression. “Against my better judgement, I’ll be in shortly.”
But I wouldn’t judge the reputation of the girl on one spiteful comment. If it bothers you that much, find out the truth.”