Angéle is French. She was transferred to our Seattle office for twelve weeks as a liaison between our teams. We are shivering on a bench in a gazebo. It is forty degrees and raining. White paint peels off the grey wood of the bannister. Figures on the path form as they approach, then are lost … Continue reading Angéle is French
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