The kind you’re born with, the kind you choose, the kind that teach Catholic school
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Suzanne Tague is a freelance writer and editor living in Chicago. Her work has appeared in Chicago Reader, Chicago Life, and INSIDE.
It is the morning of February 1, 1969, my wedding day, and the Riverside Salon is awash in panic. I should be at the church already, but my long hair simply will not dry. Hairdressers are coming at me from every angle with blow-dryers and curling irons, holding clips in their mouths, cursing.