Unformatted text preview: with your mother." "That's what I figured," said Mona disgustedly. "What do you want to do, my darling? Shall I take you home? Will you come and stay with me for a while? What can I do? You can bunk in with me for the night, or sleep in the room with the rose wallpaper." Mona shook her head. "I'm fine." She gave a careless disrespectful shrug. "I'm really just fine. I'll walk up home in a little while." "And you!" Bea said to Michael. "Just look at you. There's color in your cheeks! You're a new man." "Yeah, seems so. Listen. I gotta think about things. They're sending over the file on Rowan." "Oh, don't read all those reports. It's too depressing." She turned to search out Aaron, who stood far away against the wall. "Aaron, don't let him." "He should read them, my dear," Aaron said. "And now I must go back to the hotel. Dr. Larkin is waiting for me." "Oh, you and that doctor." She took Aaron's arm and kissed him on...
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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.
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