James Willis Makes a Million
by K. Wodke
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I don’t exactly remember my mama. But I know she was soft and smelled of Jergen’s hand lotion. And I suspect she used to put Dr. Pepper in my baby bottle sometimes. The smell of Jergen’s lotion and the taste of Dr. Pepper always gave me a warm happy feeling. Once I discovered this phenomenon, I tried to avoid these two products for I didn’t want to take a chance on wearing out that marvelous feeling. I knew if it became commonplace, it would lose its special magic. When you get accustomed to something good, you forget sometimes how exceptional it is.