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Intersections

What She Remembers

It was a beautiful fall day. Or maybe spring. Maybe it wasn’t beautiful; maybe it was raining. She wasn’t wearing a jacket, so it must not have been very cold, but she knows she was wearing jeans and her favorite, pale pink, mock turtleneck, so it wasn’t summer. Her hair, she remembers, was in a french braid. Some of the pieces at the front had escaped and she had to keep tucking them behind her ears. She no longer wore glasses; she had recently begun…

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Diane Vanaskie Mulligan

Diane Vanaskie Mulligan

novelist, teacher, sourdough enthusiast, dog-lover, folkie and a whole bunch of other things, too.