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The rooms were the size of a stuffy New York City bedroom.
A bunk bed, another single bed, a dresser, and a window. But by the time I was put into foster care — after seeing my parents deal with detox and relapse and therapy and methadone clinics and lost jobs and lost custody — I’d gone from being an affectionate, wide-eyed teenage girl who biked through green, suburban streets, recited melodramatic poems with her friends, and knew every ’70s rock record by heart to a quiet, passive, closed creature.
Dad was the brooding type, a savant guitarist, very Mediterranean.
We embodied that perfectly normal sort of suburban life — the spoils at Christmas; we’d dressed up when our grandparents came to visit; Catholic sermons; long, languid days spent swimming in the sea.