The stocking on my left leg rolled down.
“... and that’s why pickles are objectively better than sauerkraut,” Chris finished, and Anne laughed.
Contemplating running back in to get the blue stilettos, my Uber ride will be here in less than six minutes. The rain was coming down terribly and I needed to make it to the Amtrak Station by 6:15. My mind and heart is racing. I stood for thirty seconds on the thoughts, I got one those dizzy spells. Breathe, think, unlock the door, breathe…....
“Amelia? Is that you?” Cringing internally, Amelia plastered a smile on her face as she reluctantly turned around. Golden-boy Colin Sutherland was making a beeline for her through the throng of people, packed into Medium City High’s gymnasium. She’d been at this year’s school reunion for just under an hour and was throughly pleased with herself for getting through the nights sans any awkward encounters.
Drew stared across the table at Melanie as she continued telling him about the trip she had taken to Nepal five years ago with her friends from college. He found he really enjoyed listening to her talk and he smiled every time she laughed at herself a little.
I stepped into the room and slammed the door behind me.
The walk from Julian’s office to Eli’s bedroom would take a few minutes, but after only stepping out of the office, the guard picked Mara up into his arms and carried her the rest of the way to the room, not wanting to struggle trying to make her walk. Her hands were still tied and a balled up cloth had been shoved into her mouth as a gag, keeping her from screaming.
I opened the box and gazed upon Heaven.