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Word Count: 100
I worked in a grocery store with a gregarious black woman named Rochelle.
Every morning, we’d greet each other with a cheerful, “Good morning, Rochelle.”
One day as we chatted at her register, a customer with a small boy rolls through her line. She tells him, “Both of us are Rochelle. We’re twins.”
He scrutinizes us and shakes his head. Pointing to her hands he says, “No you’re not. You gots fancy fingernails and she don’t.”
American poet William Edgar Stafford said, “Kids: they dance before they learn there is anything that isn’t music”
I don’t want to grow up.
*How does my story connect to the prompt? It’s all about colour. 😉