On the Corner of Fourth & Lincoln

Liebel, Stephanie
April 2004
Teen Ink;Apr2004, Vol. 15 Issue 8, p13
The article discusses the author's experiences with her boyfriend and their separation. Her boyfriend had a good habit of always being with her on Saturday nights. She remembers how he took her to her first demolition derby, how they would drive around town after huge rainstorms and how he lets her drive his car. She says that they had made a few mistakes and they should have never been together. She says that he is the first boy ever to change her life and she will never regret that.


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