Maybe it won’t be so bad to live a little bit longer. I hate to admit it, but he has already morphed into someone I will want live for. The nurse looked up. “Of course. Are you family?
” “I don’t…like walking. You have…to push yourself. If you walk…you get it in your mind…that you can always…
walk. In a game you can’t.” I panted I didn’t reply. “Yup” I said at the same time Damien and Will did “That’s such a short amount of time!” Typical Sadie, though. She was so impulsive.
“Well, turns out I taught you a very important lesson in life.” He teased me. “I can too cook!” He said defensively I am alone in the forest, surrounded by dark gray foliage and towering trees that I desperately want to topple. Doing so would ensure that I’ve taken a step forward in my training, and I can finally take a break.
My frustrations, which had initially led me out here, have long since abated, and now I can feel a dull ache in my bones. I pulled my commodore into the last parking space left. I turned off the engine, and got out of the car. The family center was an old red brick building, with a large grassed area out the front.
I watched as a couple with a toddler ran around, chasing each other. I walked to the foot path that led to the glass sliding doors to enter the building.
As the doors opened, a cold gush of air blew across my face. The walls were white inside, a front desk sat to the left of me, an older looking lady with red framed glasses and silver hair sat behind the desk reading a book. I walked over as she looked up at me. And yup, he looked at her as if she’d grown a second head, and it took a lot for her to resist the urge to make sure she hadn’t. “Uh…feel what exactly?
” +_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+ He was more screwed than he’d initially thought.
Funny that. Gabriel threw a friendly arm around my shoulders. “Well. How about this? You give me your number and I’ll give you mine, and whenever we need to talk, we’ll text or call one another. We’ll just rant until our hearts content.
” He offered. Simon pulls back “Damn! He caught us.”