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I washed up and pulled a pair of shortalls over the T-shirt I had slept in.
Viv told me about how she used to have a tie-dyed bean bag chair, and her favorite outfit was shortalls and a hypercolor t-shirt.
Within the next half hour, they all appeared, either from inside the Alamo or traipsing over from the other cottages, many of them wet-haired, the men in seersucker suits or khaki pants and navy blazers, the women in sundresses, holding the hands of children — little girls in green or pink dresses with smocking across the chest, or hand-stitched balloons or apples, wearing Mary Janes on their feet; little boys in shortalls and white socks that folded down and white saddle shoes.