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Ever. • Acts like talking to a guy will impregnate me. First time. • Doesn’t think I do enough homework even though I get straight A’s. Always. • Trashes Dad constantly but denies doing so. Always. April stopped typing. There was no point in continuing, as there was no way that Heather—no matter how many obnoxious lies she told—could unseat her mother. An instant-message bubble popped up on her screen. Heather, of course: R U there?!?!?! April checked to see if anyone else, like Keith, was online.
Living in this house meant having your every move monitored, like on reality TV—only instead of a bunch of cute guys, there was only her mother. She opened her laptop and keyed in her password to access her list files, which she kept in her algebra folder in case unwelcome visitors—such as her math- averse mother—nosed around. April used to think there was such a thing as privacy, certain rules you just didn’t violate. But then one day she came home from school and found her mother waiting for her in the family room, holding a joint in one hand and, in the other, the sock she’d found the joint in.
I won’t charge you or anything. ” A glance at the brown piles that lined the curbs told Bill that almost all his neighbors were ready for the giant vacuum truck the city sent out to collect the leaves. The oblong mounds looked like freshly covered graves. Why hadn’t he noticed them? And why hadn’t he realized it was time? Raking leaves was one of the few chores he’d always loved—especially before they outlawed burning them. The boys would stand by the fire on the side of the street, waving their arms back and forth while chanting incantations they’d made up or heard in a cartoon.