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The Twelve-Rib Shop
Everyday Grandma Rosie wakes up at 5:30 in the morning. That is except for Sunday when she attends church with her two grandchildren, Alice and Johnny. Their mom gave birth to them when she was young so she left them with Grandma Rosie and ran off to Las Vegas. She never did like New York City. Grandma Rosie barely had enough money to support herself, let alone two grandchildren. After fifty years of working at the Twelve-Rib Shop, she was not going to quit now. At first it was hard getting by, but after a few years it was getting easier. …
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