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Genre: Realistic Faction
Word Count: 100
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ONE SEASON FOLLOWING ANOTHER
Rochelle gazed at the pile of wedding gifts needing to be put away. Among them were three percolators. Neither she nor Jan even drank coffee.
Six months ago, she’d flashed her engagement ring at the senior prom.
With mounting dread, she surveyed the cramped, third floor walk-up apartment with red and black kitchen cabinets. What did she know about marriage?
Rochelle downed her second cup of black coffee. “My mother gave us six months at the most.”
Jan poured his third. “What did we know about marriage?”
She kissed his cheek. “Guess we managed to learn something in fifty years.”