Julie Burton's Blog Posts Tagged 'teens' (1)

Parking Space 604

I open the envelope and gently pull out parking sticker 604. My mind races and my heart beat quickens. That space is in the senior lot—the lot that is designated for the “old” kids, the kids who are in their last year of high school, are applying to colleges, getting to close to graduation, and then they are…leaving. Parking space 604 is for someone else’s daughter, not mine. Because my daughter couldn’t be that old, she couldn’t be getting ready to leave. They must have sent…

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Added by Julie Burton on October 20, 2012 at 11:00am — No Comments

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