. . . is that she’s laughing about this right now and sharing it with her friends.*
Happy Mother’s Day, Mom. Sometimes, genetics is awesome.
* And passing around the card I gave her this year. Inside: a picture not unlike the one above—though with a cowboy hat— and Happy Mother’s Day embossed on it. Inside: I figured you’ve been given enough flowers and kittens by now. Mom loved it. Dad wasn’t sure . . .
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Here’s another six from my probably-not-drawer novel.
It’s been a busy morning for Clyota . . . and someone called the police:
The female officer escorted me to my bedroom and looked around as I pulled clothes from my bureau. I dropped the robe, and the officer drew in a breath. “Where’d you get the scars?”
“Basic training,” I said, zipping my jeans.
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