Woo hoo! The prodigal daughter is finally back on American soil.
Unfortunately, someone in the baggage department in London removed several books from her luggage and she's up in Boston right now, before the final leg of her journey home, fuming over their loss (one was a textbook that cost more than $100), as anyone who'd purchased 35 new books over the summer would be.
But she's back, safe, and we've already located the necessary complaint form on line.
Have a great weekend, everyone!
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