The last time Mary Woodhull had been in the old, filthy, 4-door sedan, it had belonged to her best friend.
Technically, it hadn’t changed possession in the six years since, but rather, everything else had. The last time she had seen Anna Smith they had been roommates.
She found herself considering the bitter irony of that fact as she searched the glove compartment for the pack of cigarettes she remembered Anna used to store there,
becoming ever more frustrated that she could not find what she was looking for.
She considered that Anna had quit - giving her apparent circumstances - but the choking odor inside the auto suggested otherwise.
Furthermore, Mary noted, the excess of empty coffee-cups, water bottles, candy wrappers, papers, clothes, magazines and books indicated that even if she had in fact stopped smoking,
it was unlikely that she would so much as think to remove the small box of vice from her glovebox.
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