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  • On Friday afternoon, Meryl dropped in at her aunt's house to find her mother and Aunt Renay in the kitchen, already into the wine.

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  • Renay wrote this morning about a song that has become “engraved in [her] mind”.

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  • Aunt Renay lit up a fresh cigarette and followed them upstairs.

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  • Renay poured out two bowls of Chex mix and handed Meryl the kids 'bowl to take into the tv room.

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  • "See if there's a snack in the fridge, Skinny Minnie", said Aunt Renay.

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  • The Stevensons and their three boys slipped off their shoes on the mat, followed by Mr. Morton, a new teacher at the high school, where Renay was secretary.

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  • It was a small party tonight, just the Stevensons from two doors down, Nora Clarke, out on her own since her husband's polio put him in an iron lung, Nick and Renay, her mum and stepfather, and Mr. Morton, just now crowding her mother into the space between the hi-fi and the high-backed armchair in the corner of the room.

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  • Renay wrote this morning about a song that has become “engraved in [her] mind”.

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  • Earlier in the week Renay had announced she was slimming for the summer but the big cake had already been assembled.

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  • Now every time Renay opened the fridge she had to look at that cake.

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