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Mary called and left me a message. It took a few seconds to register. He and Mary had broken up. They had been engaged, and then something had happened and she had returned. She had returned and he had watched her and part of him had been so happy, but part of him had wondered if she had really changed.
Is she ready for what the world demand? He found Mary, gave her the phone. She smiled widely and took it, pressed it against her ear.
Then she disappeared upstairs.
There was the urge to, but he suppressed it. It wouldn't be right.
He went back to his office. Letting go, he thought as he sat down again. It's the hardest thing we ever do. But we have to. How many times had he told that to people? How many times had he tried to deny he would ever have to tell it to himself? He stared at the pictures on his desk.
There were more of them at the church, of course; every child, every age.
Even one of Robbie. There was something about Robbie he couldn't turn his back on. And one of he and Annie, too, smiling, his arms around her. He hummed, remembering an old song.
He sat up with a start. Mary by the stairs. Tears in her eyes. The phone in Annie's hand. We need this phone free! I need to talk to him! He raised his hands. As he opened his mouth to speak Annie was yelling back.
We need it free! You know she won't call! Are we supposed to put our lives on hold just because Lucy ran away? Do I have to go away again to get what I want too? Her face was going from red to white with fury.
Do you hear me? Annie was silent now, suddenly, her face still pale and her hands trembling. Eric tried to speak again but found that the words would not come. And then Annie took a step forward, then another. Mary backed away, even as Annie spoke again.
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