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The All-Girl Filling Station's Last Reunion - “Wednesday – June 8, 2005” through “Point Clear, Alabama – Friday, June 10, 2005” (Pages 33 through 66) Summary & Analysis

Fannie Flagg
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In “Wednesday – June 8, 2005,” the mail man arrived with Sookie’s registered letter. He said it was from the Texas Board of Health. She refused it, so he left an attempt to deliver note on her door and left. Sookie lamented over the fact there were no little birds in her yard; only blue jays. The little birds were her favorites and she felt like she failed them. A little later, however, curiosity got the best of her and she drove to the post office to pick up the letter.

When Earle got home from work, Sookie asked him if he would sit with her as she read the letter. Conchita, who was once Lenore’s housekeeper, passed away and her daughter found some of Lenore’s papers in her mother’s belongings. Sookie turned to...

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