An American MemoireBook - 2018
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Before both of us went to sleep, I asked Grandmama is 218 pounds was too fat for twelve years old. “What you weighing yurself for anyway?” she asked me.” Two hundred eighteen pounds is just right, Kie. It’s just heavy enough.” Heavy enough for what?” Heavy enough for everything you need to be heavy enough for.” I loved sleeping with Grandmama because that was the only place in the world I slept all the way through the night. …"Can I ask you one more question before we go to bed?..What do you think about counting to ten in case of emergencies?” “Ain’t no emergency G_d can’t help you forget,” Grandmama told me. “Evil is real, Kie.” “But what about emergencies made by folk who say they love you?” “You forget it all,” she said. “Especially that kind of emergency, or you go stone crazy.” pg. 60
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