85: “That was dumb”

Miles and Iggy returned to their hotel room following crashing the wedding reception at around one in the morning on Sunday. Iggy immediately peeled off her bridesmaid dress, whining the entire time about how it was so unflattering and so uncomfortable and so expensive. Miles thought she looked genuinely quite lovely, but he generally thought […]

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65: “I’ll get the bags”

Melly and David had their friends over for dinner one Friday night, the week before Melly’s due date so that they could have one final night out without the burden of children. “You already have a child,” Iggy pointed out when Melly called to invite her. Melly sighed and Iggy could basically feel her frustration […]

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47: “She has monkey feet”

Iggy hadn’t really met many of Lawrence’s friends before. She had met him and that had seemed like enough. And then she had met his cousin Gene, who was his best man, and that had seemed like even more than enough. But now she had met the rest of Lawrence’s close friends and she didn’t […]

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20: “This is the single most dramatic thing I have ever been a part of and I’m honestly so impressed”

At the beginning of June, Iggy and her friends from high school got invited to a party being hosted by their former prom king, Tim Marcote, at a bar that he had rented for the night. Tim had been voted prom king genuinely because he was the most liked guy at their school. He was […]

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69: “Gender is a construct”

Iggy and Miles had been roped into helping David and Melly set up their new nursery. She had no idea how it had happened. Melly and David had just finished renovating the second floor of their tiny townhouse so that they would actually have a nursery. Melly didn’t want the new baby and Madison to […]

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56: “I once saw him cry during a documentary about Irish dance competitions”

Iggy and Miles were spending Christmas at her dad’s place with her step-mother and her three step-siblings. Her mother was on her annual Caribbean cruise, as she had been every Christmas for the past five years. She had started doing this two years after she and Iggy’s father had gotten divorced. Coincidentally, it coincided with […]

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