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Richness

I was trying on a jacket at The Bay. It cost twice as much as I’d normally spend, but there was a 50% off sale.

H said, “You look like a rich lady, Mommy.”

I was out for the day with my two daughters. I didn’t need the jacket. I left the store with my richness on either side of me, and the jacket on the bench. Tonight we light the first candle of Hanukkah. We bring back the sun.

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