She doesn’t even look at me as she comes into the booth, but makes a line straight for a piece of Katie’s art that contains a death’s head moth (the type of moth made famous for the outline of a skull on its back by the movie “Silence of the Lambs”) where she stands studying it, fascinated.
“I always like to see the people who go for that piece right away, because even though they don’t look alike, they’re definitely a type,” I say conversationally, and she (thankfully) smiles.
“I bet it’s interesting to guess what butterflies certain types of people go for, right?” she says, looking around.
“Nope, because if you try too hard to guess, you’ll miss what they actually do go for,” I say.
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