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If someone broke a leg, Barbaric Barbarella would have broken two legs, and perhaps an arm as well, and if the Washington Post had written about a friend or friend of a friend, then the Washington Post had also interviewed Barbara multiple times and had also misquoted her, or quoted her out of context, she knew exactly how it all worked, nothing was new to her, she couldn’t be surprised or impressed by anything. She was Barbara Parish, wife of William Parish, lawyer to the powerful and famous, in other words homo importantus in his professional circles, and she, she herself, was also nothing to sneeze at, a Freudian psychoanalyst invited everywhere, who had her paws in everything Freudian, or at the very least wanted to and tried.
That was an eternity. What would he do without wheels for two or three months? The doctor waited. You must’ve been riding right side forward since that’s where the cracks are, which means you’re a goofy-foot. So you’re lucky because you’ll have full use of your left arm. He’s a goofy-foot, Barbara confirmed. If your own mother thinks you’re goofy … The doctor shrugged, teasing. Your wrist should be ready to go in a few weeks. John remembered dusk. He remembered grinding on curbs and benches and then turning back, he had been on his way back, to where Katie was toasting, being toasted, getting toasted.
She shrugged, making light of it, for which John liked her. Same old, she said. I guess I’ll keep working at Jamba Juice, maybe take a class at NCCC, though I can’t figure out in what. My dad wants me to take business. And I’ll keep practicing whenever I can. As first-place winner, I qualify for the Championship Surf-Off and I need to stay in good form for that. Sylvie’s parents want her to go to a four-year school, but she wants to stay on and practice. And Jilly? I don’t know, Katie said. She won’t talk to me, which is too weird.