The Blonde, the Brunette, and the Garden
“Life only becomes meaningful if we bring good changes to the world,” said a blonde woman looking down to the busy Cinnabar street 150 feet below from the safety of her balcony.
“I need a high paying job first before I can bring any change to any world,” said another woman, a brunette, stepping through the door and joining her friend.
“One way or another you'll discover your purpose.”
“It better not involve my father's garden.”
“Your father's garden is a work of art.”
“Not my kind of art, I guess.” The brunette shrugged.
“We all have different purposes, Prudence.”
Prudence also appears in the novel I Killed My Friends and It Thrilled Me.