Now Is the Time to Open Your Heart - "On the Plane Home," "They Bombed" Summary & Analysis

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In “On the Plane Home” Kate sits on her flight back to the United States. She decides she wants some gum. When she searches for it in her backpack, she finds the short story she wrote on Avoa’s Post-It note in Colorado. Kate thinks about the circumstances surrounding the writing of this story. Suddenly, Kate has a revelation that she was not her father’s biological child. She feels certain that she was the product of her mother’s affair. As a result, her father doted on her all the more and her mother was never satisfied with her. Kate credits the Bobisana tea Armando gave her for the revelation. She then throws the story away.

In “They Bombed,” Kate and Yolo are reunited at the airport baggage claim. Both of them can’t help but think about...

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