Thursday, March 9, 2017
From South and West: From a Notebook, by Joan Didion
"NOTE: On being asked for identification when I ordered a drink in the rural South. Before I came south I had not been taken for seventeen in considerable years, but but several times in that month I had to prove I was eighteen. It is assumed that grown women will have their hair done, is all I could think."
From An Afternoon with Stan Torgerson