By Deborah Rodriguez
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He spit at her, and then slapped her hard across her face. Yazmina looked down, tears streaming, her face swelling, her nose bleeding. She put a protective hand across her belly. The car stopped short, sending dirt and dust past the windows. “She is worth nothing,” the old man said. ” The man next to Yazmina pulled a knife from the sheath on his belt, but the old man said, “No, no blood in the car. ” He turned to Yazmina. “You stupid bitch. I should cut your uncle’s throat for stealing from me.
1_r1 This book is dedicated with love to the three most important people in my life. My mother, Loie Turner, is a woman who encompasses grace, beauty, and compassion. I owe you so much. Even when we are far apart in miles, you are always close to my heart. And to my sons, Noah and Zachary Lentz, whose journeys are just beginning. Our road was not always a smooth one, but I know it has made us stronger. I hope you will take wisdom from Eleanor Roosevelt, who told us that we must do the things we think we cannot do.
She was not attuned to the magnified voices that rose from the highest minaret in every mosque and filled the air. Their song was staggered, not sung as a chorus, voices in the sky competing like the hawks that dipped and swooped over the goat herds back home. She raised her eyebrows and sighed. Perhaps, in time, she would become more comfortable here. Or as comfortable as could be expected given that she was so far from home and had never been in such a foreign place. She washed her face in the bowl sitting on the cabinet for her clothes.
A Cup of Friendship by Deborah Rodriguez