They drove home listening to NPR, both tired and hungry. “Does Terry Gross only interview authors of books about genocide and terrorism?” Juniper asked.
“Those are important things more people need to know about,” Glory answered. “I’m sure she covers a range of subjects.”
“Well, never when we’re driving places. Someone ought to tell her that not everyone wants to think about Rwanda driving home every night. How about talking to an author about regular people doing regular things?”
“Send her an e-mail,” Glory suggested.
“What’s the point? No one listens to people my age.”
—-from Solomon’s Oak by Jo-Ann Mapson