Ellie is older, gruff and independent. She doesn’t expect much from life; it’s broken enough promises to her.
The only ugliness in the world Ellie can truly clean up is the graffiti marring mailboxes in her neighborhood, and she centers her days around this as one of the few acts that gives her a little peace.
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