There was an assembly for students, a walk-out, and a “Community Conversation.”
The charity shops, the betting shops and the bars were open.
As Billy said philosophically to welcome us to the neighborhood: “There are better places to live, there are worse places to live.”
Then I walked to the Metro station through my suburb to what my mother always ironically referred to as its “beating, pulsing heart."
He landed with a surprising smack on the board, between two game pawns.
There’s just a handful of airlines that still make it to Pakistan, so even the wealthiest of Jinnah International’s patrons have limited options.