What can YOU say in six sentences?
I want one of those shakes right now, so creamy and melty and perfect for a scorching summer day. And that was before our family had air conditioning too. And now I don't run my AC because I'm too poor, and it's ninety degrees, and all I want is that cool chocolate shake sliding down my throat. And my hands around that chilled metal container. And to sit in air conditioning on those high stools, and the cooks shouting, and the waitresses running, and the greasy man sitting next to me, and my brother protecting me, and my two dollars and seventy-seven cents in mainly pennies displayed proudly on the counter, and my sister drinking strawberry because she didn't like chocolate, and that peculiar smell of the drugs and the grease.
Or I just want to turn on my air conditioner so I stop hallucinating about the past.