By C. K. Kelly Martin
Natural. UNPLANNED. excellent. these have been Nick’s summer season plans ahead of Sasha stepped into the image. With the collateral harm from his mom and dad’ divorce nonetheless settling and Dani (his woman of the instant) up for almost something, issues are the very last thing he wishes. All that adjustments, although, whilst Nick runs into Sasha on the seashore in July. all of sudden he’s neck-deep in a courting and stunned to discover he doesn’t brain in the slightest degree. yet Nick’s international shifts back whilst Sasha breaks up with him. Then, weeks later, whereas Nick’s nonetheless reeling from the breakup, she turns up at his doorstep and tells him she’s pregnant. Nick unearths himself suffering once again to appreciate the lady he can’t cease taking care of, the woman who insists that it’s nonetheless over.
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I dig into my backpack, grab my cell, and press it to my ear. “So you finally decided to pick up,” Sasha says in a low voice. “I’m in my dad’s car. ” “You weren’t very convincing. Do you know what it’s like sitting here waiting for you to call me back, Nick? Every second is…” Her voice breaks on the last word. ” “I can turn off my phone,” I threaten, and for a moment that makes me feel good. I’m not completely powerless; I can still hurt her. ” Sasha asks, her voice sinking. I imagine her lying on my bed like she did that first day, only this time she’s shriveling in front of me.
But what he did has nothing to do with me. I don’t want to be anyone else’s conscience. ” I shouted at her. ” We said a lot of worse stuff after that and spent a long time not talking to each other. Holland doesn’t talk about my father at all anymore, just Bridgette. My phone rings at the bottom of the stairs. I wrestle it out of my backpack as Mom sidles up to me and hands me three packages wrapped in candy cane paper, each one topped with a different-colored bow. I let the phone ring, plant a quick kiss on Mom’s cheek, and balance the presents under my left arm.
Was that my line? ” Ms. Raines, English teacher extraordinaire, was always saying that she wanted to keep us thinking for ourselves, not just force-feed us Shakespeare. That led to a lot of creative assignments. The particular one I was talking about was supposed to be about home. No other instructions. Just a story about home. Ms. Raines read a few of them to the class after she’d marked them and Sasha’s was the best of the bunch. “Thanks,” Sasha said, sounding surprised. “I liked yours better.
I Know It's Over by C. K. Kelly Martin