Somewhere Safe With Somebody Good - Chapters 16-20 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Sixteen begins with Timothy preparing the store for the day. Dooley calls and asks what Timothy plans to do about Sammy and the car. Timothy says he’s not going to do anything and asks Dooley to keep praying.

Hessie enters the store and tells Timothy she needs to talk. She is worried that she’s becoming foregetful. Timothy reassures her by telling her stories about his own forgetfulness. She then goes on to tell Timothy that she’s angry at Vanita. She says Vanita isn’t a good writer and isn’t very smart and yet she gets all the good stories. Timothy brings over a box of Kleenex when she begins to cry and thinks that he hasn’t really retired at all.

Bill Swanson calls to say he heard the Mustang had been wrecked and asks if Timothy is...

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