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part five: 20QTOM:
After explaining why she was over, I was pleasantly surprised to know that she chose living with me for a week instead of finding a cheap motel to stay at instead. But then again, she might've not had any other choice. It was around 8:00 o'clock so we decided on peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for tea, seeing as I was a college student and that's about all I lived on.
"Thank you so much again for letting me stay here. I hope I'm not a bother," she added with an uneasy face. "Like, I can go somewhere else if"
"Stop," I said, holding up my hand to cut her off. "If anyone's gonna crash at my house for a week without invitation,
part four: quarantine.KATE
The next morning I woke up to rays of sun pouring through my balcony window. I lay like that with the sun warming my face for an immeasurable period of time before swinging my legs off the side of the bed and heading into the kitchen.
As I made myself a raspberry tea, I noticed the lack of dining table in the blank spot on the floor. The empty space on the linoleum decided my day for me. I was going exploring. Well, as far as I could go without a car.
Finishing my drink on the balcony, I daydreamed about the possible things I could do that day. I scrapped that idea, and decided that it would be best if I just went about town without
part three: home sweet home.*
As the cabin pressure started to signal that we were declining, I started to get more and more nervous. The lower we got, the more my legs started to bounce up and down. I couldn't wait to get off the plane and into my new home.
I had closed the shade when Tom announced that we were nearing the airport to make it a surprise. With a small jolt I realised that people were starting to rise from their seats. We were near the back of the plane so we had to wait a little while for the other passengers to make their way out the door and down the stairs that I had once been so nervous to climb.
"This is it," I heard a voice whisper in m
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