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Project Gutenberg - free ebooksBooks, eBooks and Audiobooks from The Random House GroupFiction: When She Came Walking, by Tim Jones24 September 2001 The first time she walked down our street, pots jumped off stoves, coal leapt from scuttles, wood went rat-a-tat-tatting down hallways. In our yard, a broom and spade got up and lurched around like drunks, trying to decide which way she'd gone. I caught my first glimpse of her from the window, and that was enough for me. "I'll be back soon," I told Mother, and slipped out the door before the questions could start. It was all I could do to stop the door coming with me, and the street looked like a parade had passed through: everything from Mrs. I left Mr. I ran after the railing and caught it with one hand as it was turning into Fenton Avenue -- and Fenton Avenue was so full of writhing inanimate objects I was happy the railing was there to delay me. "Thanks, Pat, you're a pal. I wanted to remind her I wasn't eight any more, but there was no changing some people. She shook her head. "None at all," I told her. By the time we had wrestled the railing back to Mrs. "You! Oh.