When I was in junior-high school, a tall, skinny, smart and funny girl took a shine to me, and I didn’t realize what a gift she could have been because all the other boys in my class told me she wasn’t pretty.
I can still describe her if anyone asks (don’t), but I won’t tell anyone her name even though I still remember it clearly. By now she has, I hope, long settled into a life she deserves with someone who appreciated what she had to offer.
Besides, if I’d appreciated her, who would’ve appreciated Mrs. McG?
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