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“Rolfie was equally impressed with his surroundings, his father, Rolf Butters, said.”
“That kind of a date night would run about $600 for the couple, given the specialized care that their son, Rolfie, needs.”
“She wasn't sure the staff would know the right bedtime stories for Rolfie; what would happen if he got angry because he couldn't stand the sound of their voices, as he often does with her; how he would do in the sensory room.”
“When she took Rolfie to Jill's House in October as one of the facility's first guests, she was nervous, despite the soaring ceilings, five-star decor and professionally trained staff.”
“As we settled down in our cosey danger spots I heard Rolfie, the frog-voiced baritone, humming one of his favorite coster songs:”
“Rolfie,' she said -- it was her word when she wanted to get anything out of me -- 'Rolfie, now tell me honestly, have you not sacrificed the greater part of your fortune to the wants of my grandfather?”
“Two Little Boys later, we arrive at the hotel where the cabbie waits until Rolfie turns up.”
“Rolfie would climb on the table in the _estaminet_ and sing numerous unprintable verses of his own, entitled "Oh, What a”
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