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The Girl in the Pink Hat

By Lisa Scott

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Copyright © 2012 Lisa Scott Macdonough

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All characters in this short story are fictitious. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.

The Girl In The Pink Hat

By Lisa Scott

Zoe sighed as she read the precious handwriting on the crumpled sheet of paper again. Like she hadn’t already memorized it. “Learn to play the accordion,” she said with a groan. That was a tough one. But, she wasn’t going to argue with the list; it wasn’t her list to argue with. If she was going to learn to play the accordion, she’d better get started. Her therapist, Diana, had thought it was a good idea for Zoe to complete whatever tasks she could. Scanning the fifty items on the list again, Zoe had the urge to call Diana back and ask her if that really was a good idea, after all. Unfortunately, Diana had quit the business.

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