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Unformatted text preview: which was: "Everything went fine, you fool, you should have stayed in town." "After twenty-six years, you don't know what I'm thinking," she said halfheartedly, not really wanting to argue, or even to talk any- more. Her exhaustion was hitting her now, now that Mardi Gras was truly almost over. "No, I sure as hell don't know what you're thinking," he said evenly. "I don't know why you're in Florida, instead of here with us." "Skip to the next subject," said Gifford blandly. "Michael is fine, just fine. Everybody is fine. Jean caught more beads than anybody else in the family; Little CeeCee won the costume award, and Pierce definitely wants to marry Clancy any minute! If you want your son to do things right and proper, you'd better get back here and start talking about the wedding to Clancy's mother. She's certainly not listening to me." "Did you tell her we'd pay for the wedding?" "No, I didn't get to that."...
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2010 for the course WRITING 220.200 taught by Professor Julie during the Spring '10 term at Johns Hopkins.
- Spring '10