Mainly because the here and now is so lame, even if it is the summer .
Mainly because the here and now is so lame, even if it is the summer
Mainly because the here and now is so lame, even if it is the summer. Her best friend, Vicky, is jealous of newcomer Grace, and who knows what's up with Jason, her ex-fling. Her mother doesn't understand her, her father's no good at pivotal moments, and even Prince Purple Flower has deserted her. She may yet turn to a life of petty crime. Doesn't everyone get a happily ever after?
ISBN 10: 0531068382 ISBN 13: 9780531068380.
ISBN 10: 0531068382 ISBN 13: 9780531068380. Publisher: Orchard Books, 1994.
Even a cursory investigation of my childhood indicates I had no real choice in the matter. I grew up an only child in a small upstate New York town. rs at the local liberal arts college. My mother wore flowing peasant skirts and lots of brightly colored beads. She had wide hips and big hands and a loud voice. Her long hair hung loose and free, and in the summertime, she occasionally tucked a mess of tiny daisies into it because, of course, her name is Daisy
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Waiting backstage before curtain call, after giving my all in a performance, was the best feeling I knew. In seventh grade I started taking magic lessons, and by eighth grade I was making all my own spending money by performing at kids' birthday parties as a clown named Tallulah. I liked the freedom of wearing all that grease-paint-I could be as wacky and un-cool as I wanted. I tried dance but felt so clumsy. I faked a sprained ankle to get out of the recital.