. . . wing it

. . . “Oh, very catchy,” her agent puffs in disgust.

“Besides, that was the second week of June.  We’re in July now.  Funny how none of your evidence is more recent.”

“I think you’re overly concerned with numbers,” her agent taps the table with well-manicured nails.  “Our client is very busy, very much in demand, you understand.  She is the superstar of the whole year and not just here.  Everywhere north of the equator this time of year. . . .”

.

[story: “a fiction: Summer“]

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