“Why they make me come out with a woman, I don’t know.”
That night Robert couldn’t push out these thoughts from his head. His conversation with his friend kept resurfacing in his mind.
Generalissimo Woof-Hey Boom. That awful pilot’s helmet atop his head, and that hateful bird–BIRD!–on his shoulder. Oh, to eat that bird!
I have a good life, Joe Greegan thought.
When are you going to get a life? That will be his first sentence the morning, Rob thinks.
Although separated by seven years, Gertie and Bea Sardoff were inseparable. People in their East New York neighborhood even said that they looked like Irish Twins, born nine months apart. Some sisters were rivals, but Gertie and Bea, being the last siblings at home, had a sisterly bond no one could break.