Miranda continued her walk downtown. She was meeting her niece Christi at Coupa Cafe coffee shop on Ramona Street.
Christi was her deceased brother’s daughter. She had just turned 25. She was five years old when her father, Miranda’s brother, had died from a life of drug and alcohol use. At the time, Miranda had stepped in and served as a surrogate parent of sorts.
The Papua New Guinea Sculpture Garden at Stanford