Fiction: Starting Over

A fiction story. Second of three installments.

| April 2009

The sign hanging over the grocery store simply said Supermarket, but it was tiny by New Jersey standards. Josh went to get a cart, and when he returned, his granddaughter was holding a piece of paper in her hand.

“What’cha got there?” he asked.

“Our list,” Lacey said.

“What list?”

“Our grocery list.”

“I don’t need a list. I just meander around and pick up a few things as I see them,” Josh said gruffly.

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