She dons her running shoes and her 15-dollar t-shirt and then tiptoes down the stairs, hugging the bannister like Chicago fog. She pauses about halfway down.
"Whaa?" I mumble, slamming the K-pak into the machine. It's too dang early. I need at least five more minutes until I can legitimately show up for "Hey, Mom."
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