They walked out onto the patio with the same thought. This had to be stopped at all cost. Short of committing something criminal and yet justified, but unbecoming, they were opened to any and every idea possible. They were happy their guests had arrived so they could get down to business without delay. If there were two people who would understand what needed doing, they would. Not only that, once Talien hear what was right, he would finally see the light. Their son might care little for what they knew was best for him, but he has always done what his uncle wish without question. “I hear that congratulations are in order for the two of you,” said a large man with a deep chuckle. “I hope your boy luck has rubbed off on the twins.” “Have you lost your mind, Nelson?” Ida snapped furiously. “I’ve talked to my boys about my new…” “Don’t you dare?” she screeched. “She is not part of my family and never will.” “As I was saying,” he chuckled. “My boys say my new niece is going to be a doctor. I wonder if she can hook Brad and Eldon up with some of her friends.” “Connie,” called Henry, “I think you should talk some sense into your husband. He knows…” “The question is do you know?” she snarled violently, and stood up slowly with fire in her eyes. “The last time I looked, he is the older of the two of them and isn’t some pet for me to tell to do tricks. As I remembered it, I was the one who had stopped him from breaking you into little pieces and
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"Hey, you got lucky too, you know." She leaned her forehead against Laura's. "I think I might have gotten extremely lucky though, I mean we've been together for so long and here we are now, both graduated from Silas, I'm working and you're soon to be working. Nothing can stop us." As she went to kiss Laura, her girlfriends phone rang. "Except for that." They both laughed as Laura got her phone.
“I don’t want to hear excuses, Jeannette.” Maynard yelled. “You were supposed to get on the plane and wait for me in New Mexico. God damn it! Why don’t you ever listen?”
Suddenly there was a knock at the door. The voice of a guard sounded through the cracks. "My lords, the funeral should be starting soon. The rest of the guards will be waiting by the entrance for your arrival." the guard could then be heard walking off as his footsteps sounded farther and farther away. Lady then turns toward her husband with a look that can only be described as fed up with the whole situation.