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Teddy flashed his brilliant smile, a gleaming contrast against the darkness of the day. He knew everything, and everyone would wait for him. Come on, I hissed and pulled open the door into Holy Family's dem foyer. It was supposed to start at three. I had a couple deals cooking, Teddy said, deals cooking his way of cooking so different from mine. I've just come from helping with a reception meal. I let him in the direction of the crowded sanctuary. The front doors of the church opened and closed behind us, admitting a frigid wind along with a couple of bankers, part of Dad's good old boys circle. They rushed past us, nodding respects to my twin brother and patting me on the shoulder.