With a forlorn little sigh she plunged back into the rainy street. She moved nimbly over the old and dirty snow weaving in and out of small groups of people whoall seemed to be hurrying the other direction. Everyone was cold, everyone was damp, everyone had somewhere else more important to be. As she passed under it, the streetlight at the corner of Parker Rd lit up instantly plunging the rest of the street into shadows. She glanced at the street light and then pushed on, running now and breathing hard. The wind picked up as high above the clouds, somewhere the sun prepared to go to bed.
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