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I stare at him. I stare at what's in his hand. A mobile phone. (A/N Cell phone, for you American readers XD)
Oh my God. It has been Gary the whole time. I was right all along, I knew I wasn't going crazy! But why?! And more importantly...was I right about Andy too? Is he lurking around somewhere ready to grab me?! I stare around cautiously then back up when Gary takes a step forward to me. He looks confused for a moment. Then annoyed.Actually, furious.
"It's been you the whole time?!"
I stare into Gary's eyes. He looks just as confused as I am. He glances at the phone then looks back at me, eyebrows knitted, teeth gritted slightly.
"It...was you", he stutters. "Look Laura, I know what I said was blown out of proportion and I shouldn't have acted as I did, but there was no need to pull a stunt like this!"
"A stunt like...what?"
"Okay I understand you might be upset and angry, and I understand I did say things, but this has gone
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Jeff was sitting on the couch and looked up from his journal he had been doodling and drawing in as the doorbell rang. He looked from the doorway to the kitchen whimpering as Margaret came out, wiping her hands with a dish towel. She handed the towel to Jeff, “Can you take that back to the kitchen, baby?”
Jeff took the towel and got up from the couch and ran off to the kitchen. Margaret opened the door, on the doorstep stood a woman holding a square Pyrex pan, with her daughter standing behind her. The way they were dressed was so pristine in pearls and curls that it looked almost fake, though the daughter looked very uncomfortable, tugging at her strawberry-colored curls. She looked to be a little younger than Jeff. Behind them, trying to hide behind the hedges in the yard was a boy; he looked to be a little younger than Liu, and based on his own strawberry hair, must have been the son. Unlike the other two, he was dressed very normally and