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A Visit to Grandmother Charles was going to his college class reunion. He has three children Peter, Connie, and Charles Jr. but they call him Chig. Peter and Connie were going to camp and they are too young to go to a reunion any way. Chig didn’t have anything to do this summer so his father asked him if he wanted to come with him to the reunion and Chig said yes. Instead of going north Chig and his father went farther south. Chig had a suspicion now that the reunion had been only an excuse to drive south, that his father had been heading to this house all the time. Chig’s father had never talked about his family, except for his brother; GL. GL seemed part con man, part practical joker, and Part Don Juan. When they got to the door they had been met by Aunt Rose, GL’s wife. She ushered them into the living room. The old lady had looked up from her seat by the window. The old lady eyed Chig’s father and said, “Rose, who that? Rose?” She looked like a doll, made of black straw, the wrinkles in her face running in one direction like the head of a broom. Her
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