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I'm Not Her
by Janet Gurtlet
I'm unable to say anything. Dad crumples further down in his chair and drops his head into his hands again. His shoulders shake and he wheezes and gasps, trying to control himself.
"At least we can afford this," Mom is saying in her most pragmatic voice. As if we're discussing signing Kristina up for a spin class. "Thank God for your grandfather's money," she says to Kristina.
My mouth hangs open. She's talking about money. Now?