Barefoot near the park

Monday 10 September 2012

A little way past the hospital outside which the woman was complaining on 1 August 2012, a dark-haired woman with a one-year=old girl in a push-chair is approaching, heading in the opposite direction from myself. The woman speaks to her daughter:
“Keep your shoe on, darling. You’ll need your shoe on to walk. You can’t walk without shoes.”
As we pass each other, I can see that the toddler is still fiddling with her left shoe.

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