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Greyhound Bus

“If you’d told me,” remarked Mrs. Edwina Aguirre around a mouthful of bread, “that one day I’d be sitting on a saxophone case in a bus station garage, sharing a sandwich with a spam writer from Nashville and wondering whether we would get back on the road before a tornado hit town, I’d've said you was loco en la cabeza.”

    TAGS:  spam, bus stations, Edwina Aguirre, Greyhound bus, spam writer, loco, Nashville

runaway success :: 'mouse

29 years ago this summer, when I was 13, two paths diverged at a Greyhound bus station and I, I took the one away from my home, and that has made all the difference.

    TAGS:  decisions, Greyhound bus, runaway

Then Magdalynne hopped greyhound, and it would be many many moons before she would ever return to that cosy home on the side of the Appalachians.

    TAGS:  Appalachians, Greyhound bus


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