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She put her hands on her hips and studied me. “There are plenty of people in this world who would do just about anything for those shoes.”
“I know. I appreciate you helping me,” I said. I felt dizzy and hot.
“Go get yourself some breakfast and say a prayer.” Shaking her head, she added, “Your mother must be very worried about you. She would be very upset if she saw you in this state.”
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