The kind you’re born with, the kind you choose, the kind that teach Catholic school
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Emma Dale is a graduate student from Knoxville, Tennessee, who has a wealth of existential dread and $2.67 in her savings account.
But then I accidentally bite into one of the sour, acrid parts of quarantine. It’s easy to forget, when you live four hundred miles away, that your mother’s temper can be sparked by something as benign as family movie night or a run-in with the Hertz rental-car dealership.