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Estipona Loves: Irrational Fears

Estipona Loves: Irrational Fears
10.13.17
Mikalee Byerman

It’s Friday the 13th, and it’s October, and it’s only a few weeks before the scariest holiday of the year.

So what does all that mean? We’re pretty much scared AF! (As an aside, “AF” does mean “All Fall,” right? Thought so.) 

So anyhow: What scares us, exactly? As part of our ongoing “Estipona Loves” vlog series, we’re talking about our irrational fears.

We hope you’ll leave a comment and share your irrational fears as well. Because misery loves company.

(Oh yeah: MISERY! The ankle scene! Kathy Bates! Even MORE things to fear!)  

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