I was not only a little in love with Miss Nichols, so when one day she told us
Robert Kennedy and his wife Ethel were her friends, I wanted to believe her,
but I wasn’t sure. I was nobody, and she taught sixth grade in a cinderblock
school beyond the borders of the district, so how could she be anybody?
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