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So on re-looking over the syllabus for my next class, The Theology of Mary (meaning the theology of who Mary is, not the theology that Mary taught or anything) I realized that the required textbook is Our Lady of the Lost and Found, which makes me think of Fantine and Bubbles, who had it with them when we were travelling my second year on NET.  (Believe me, the books you choose to carry in your bookbag when you’re travelling on NET is definitely significant.)  Somewhere in Louisiana I borrowed it from them and read it and loved it.  And I haven’t thought much about it since.  But here it is on my syllabus.  And girls, I miss you.