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Bookseller Roxanne Coady has worried about her son for 21 years.
Incensed by this, Valerie reacts in kind by doing a sort of quasi-Lambada with her homegirl Roxanne.
It is the inspiration for films like Roxanne, The Truth About Cats and Dogs, and Hitch.
Roxanne suggests that perhaps it is the quietness of much Irish writing that makes it hard to market here.
Surely, as Roxanne also suggests, their publishers need to do a better job of promoting their books here.
Again Roxanne and I hugged and choked, but this time I had to conquer the lump and answer him.
"Ask Uncle Pomp what he thinks," advised Roxanne, hoping to get rid of the squirm.
Miss Prissy is with Roxanne, and they won't let me stay all night, so I had to come home.
I'm going to follow Roxanne's example after this and see the fluffiness of the cake determinedly.
No hero or ambassador ever felt so proud of a decoration on his own chest as I did of that pin on Roxanne's.