By Janet Gurtler
Morgan isn t overjoyed to take a summer time activity on the neighborhood leisure park. Her tremendous sizzling supervisor, Caleb makes it bearable, though...until she will get fired. See, this is often precisely why she prefers to stick domestic and hang around on-line. on-line, not anyone ever has to work out her blush or fight to claim simply the suitable factor. while Morgan s mother will get ill, and confesses in a second of weak spot that Morgan s dad isn't really really useless, Morgan needs to locate the braveness to discover lifestyles open air the digital global and move after her father. She catches a journey from Caleb, the boy who lately fired her from her task and who seems to be an not likely best friend. What Morgan discovers forces her to think again who she rather is and the way she chooses to narrate to the realm.
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Or send a text? I felt another sudden flash of anxiety. Maybe this was a mistake. I didn’t know exactly why she’d left. I mean, why that particular night, literally hours before my birthday? My dad claimed that she’d wanted to take me with her, but there really wasn’t much evidence to back that up. So, we were about to knock on the door of someone who maybe didn’t even want us—well, me—there. “Besides, it’d be better if this looked more like a surprise visit instead of us fleeing town,” Ariane was saying.
He’d taken off his shoes, one white-socked foot resting on top of the other. The cuts and remaining smudges of dirt on his face showed up even more clearly against the white of the pillowcase. He seemed so much smaller. So vulnerable. So human. The sight of him like that hit like a punch, and the protective shell around my heart shattered, breaking my heart along with it. Tears welled hot and fast, pouring down my cheeks and dripping off my chin. I wanted to crawl in behind him and curl up as tightly as possible, like maybe if I could get close enough we’d disappear into each other and the rest of the world would just fall away.
I could give her some privacy, at least. I grabbed a couple of the small towels from the counter and soaked them in warm water, working very hard to concentrate on that, blocking my worst impulses that were urging me to watch her undress in the mirror. “Okay,” she said a few moments later, and I faced her. Her injured arm was carefully balanced on her leg, her discarded shirt piled on top of it. A white sports bra covered her breasts. Her hair was more tangled and mussed than before, and her shoulders were curved inward, her free arm wrapped around her waist protectively.
16 Things I Thought Were True by Janet Gurtler