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Author:Tom Corbett [Tom Corbett]

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Published: 2019-05-15T16:00:00+00:00

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PART II CHALLENGES

CHAPTER 10

MADTOWN : SUMMER 2016

 

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Ordinary Obsessions by Tom Corbett

Author:Tom Corbett [Tom Corbett] , Date: June 11, 2019

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Author:Tom Corbett [Tom Corbett]

Language: eng

Format: epub

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Publisher: BookBaby

Published: 2019-05-15T16:00:00+00:00
PART II CHALLENGES

CHAPTER 10

MADTOWN : SUMMER 2016

“I am ecstatic that you could come over to America and spend a few days with me before my internship starts. It is good to have familiar faces at the start of any new adventure.” Azita embraced her older sister. “I don’t know why but I am nervous. It’s like my first months in England again.”

“Stop that.”

“You mean my constant insecurity?” Azita asked.

“Not that, silly. Why worry about that? The Americans will undoubtedly discover that you are a total fraud and send you packing soon enough. I am talking about all this affection in public.” Deena looked about to see if others were on the same path. A couple of joggers were approaching but they appeared totally indifferent. “If you keep hugging me like this, people will think we are lovers and not sisters.”

Azita laughed aloud. “That would be so embarrassing for me. Surely, they will all say that I could do so much better.”

“You think?” Deena scoffed. “You have only been here a few days and already your ego is swollen. Just like all Americans, your head is too big to fit through the door. I suppose I should let you hug me. When I was complaining about you, Kay did tell me recently how much you did to save me right after the shooting, about you not panicking and tending to me right away until she could arrive. But then you blew it by torturing me so during my recovery”

“Hah, you were a horrible patient, always whining.”

“And don’t worry about how you will do. You have fooled everyone so far, that will not change. And I promise not to tell people here that you are a total fraud.” Deena had decided to ignore her sister’s most recent attempt at an insult so that their sibling exchange would not go on endlessly. Instead, she looked about her. “I must admit, this is so lovely, what is this place?”

“Picnic Point,” Azita responded. “As you can see, it juts out into the lake and you can look over to the state capitol and the skyline of Madison. I love it as a place to walk. If you are up to it, we can walk to the end and return to the entrance. Then we can walk all the way along the lake and the campus to Memorial Union where the students hang out, which is also on the lake and very lovely. If we have enough energy and time, we could then walk up State Street which connects the campus to the capitol, a most beautiful building with the second biggest dome after the U.S. Capitol or so I was told. Anyways, they do not permit cars on the street and there are many interesting stores and outdoor restaurants and so many fascinating people. And then we could walk down to the conference complex that was inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright – have you heard of him? He was a world-famous architect, and this is also on the shore of another local lake and.

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