Losing them, fixing them, forgetting to put them in
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Zane Kotker lives in Northampton, Massachusetts, and is about to leave for Morocco despite an astrological forecast of big trouble. Her most recent novel is Try to Remember (Random House).
She had no grandchildren; he was a substitute. She thought of him as her “grand boy.” He wasn’t unrelated, being the grandchild of her father’s sister. She remembered the first time she’d seen him, on his father’s lap in a baby’s stretch suit, fisting the keys of her piano, amazed at the sounds he could produce.