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It was a cold winter day in February. I was in hurry because I had to go to the Shëngjin storage. At the entrance the nursery director stood with very serious authority. She inspected Ana’s hear and arrogantly said that she could not go in and closed the door. I went to the bus station and on the bus I cried for the first time after all the things that had happened to us. ” I was touched because of Ana. How could these people offend even children in this way? I told the other workers what had happened to me.
One day Ana came upset and worried from the kindergarten. Her face was full of desperation and surprise - Is my daddy Tosi German? - How could he be German? He is my son. Am I German? Ana listened and tried to believe what I said and trying to forget the words of her best friend in kindergarten when they had a quarrel. Gresa joined even some other words through the next days — “enemy”, “prison” etc. ” We acted as if we were disinterested in what she said, smiling and acting as if were not worried of what her friends say.