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Mortar boards and floating names
The sky was a turbulent gray — low-lying clouds of various sizes teasing each other, rushing forward and falling back. The wind was darting back and forth across the wide swath of green in awkward starts and fits like our blind cow when she managed to escape from the pasture. Somewhere in the crowd filling up the home bleachers were my parents, my brother, both sets of grandparents.
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