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Saturday, March 24, 2007

Hazel likes cosmos and donuts

Dropped off a tile at a Dunkin Donuts in Broward. The lady featured in this tile is Hazel, a redheaded imaginative woman who started enjoying cosmopolitans long before Sex and the City made them popular. By day she works in a laundromat. But on Saturday nights (because she works Fridays) Hazel likes to put on her little black dress, go over to the Blue Martini and drink two cosmopolitans alone. While there, she eavesdrops and when she gets home she writes it all down in a little black book. There's something about these Saturday nights that make her feel special, independent, daring and mysterious. One days she plans to turn the little black book into a novel of some kind, or perhaps a movie ... Hazel loved feeling at the center of this little plot that no one but her even knew existed. If there's one thing that Hazel has learned in this life, it's that reality is overrated, and we could all do with a little less of it at times.


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