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“We don’t have the money,” said her mother, genuinely sad because they couldn’t buy the outfit.But there was nothing funny about Yollie needing a new outfit for the eighth-grade fall dance.
“We can color your dress so it will look brand-new,” her mother said brightly, shaking the bottle of dye as she ran hot water into a plastic dish tub. Then, slowly and carefully, she lowered the dress into the tub.
Mrs. Moreno let Yollie out in front of the school. Ernie asked her for a dance. As they circled under the lanterns, rain began falling. “Everyone, let’s go inside" Sister Kelly commanded. Inside, the girls, drenched, hurried to the restrooms to dry themselves.A black puddle was forming at her feet. She hurried from the restroom across the cafeteria floor and out the door. She raced through the rain.
The phone rang. It was Ernie wondering why she left the dance. When he found out she wasn’t mad at him, he asked if she would like to go to a movie. She reached behind a stack of towels and pushed her chubby hand into the cigar box where she kept her secret stash of money. They drove to Macy’s and bought a blouse, shoes, and a skirt that would not bleed in rain or any other kind of weather.
Sometimes good things come out of bad situations.
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