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Author Name: FreeWind Whisperer 2 Comments
Date Added: August 12, 2005 18:08:34 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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The Hitchhiker (Ch.7)

Tony and I drove a few miles
without speaking.
The rain had stopped.
It was around 3:00 am.
I should have been home
a long time ago.
I thought about calling
my babysitter.
I stopped on the
side of the highway.

Tony: "Is everything alright?"

Cynthia: "I have to call my babysitter."

Tony: "You have kids?"

Cynthia: "Yes, I have three
beautiful children."

Tony: "Aren't you afraid you
are going to wake them?"

Cynthia: "My house is fairly big,
they wouldn't be able to
hear the phone."

I rummaged through my purse
looking for the cell phone.

Cynthia: "Damn it, it's not here."

Tony: "I have a phone you can use."

Cynthia: "I don't mean to be a bother."

Tony: "It's ok, I know

you're worried."

Cynthia: "Thanks."

Tony: "No problem."

Phone rings at the house.

The babysitter is laying
on the couch half asleep.

She picks up the phone.

Babysitter: "Hello?"

Cynthia: "It's just me."

Babysitter: "Where are you?"

Cynthia: "I left the party a little late,
I'm on my home."

Babysitter: "I was worried something might
have happened to you."

Cynthia: "No, I'm okay."

Babysitter: "Everything is okay here."

Cynthia: "I'll be home shortly."

Babysitter: "Okay."

Cynthia: "Bye."

Babysitter: "Bye."

The babysitter hangs up the
phone and dozes off to sleep.

July 4/2003

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Comments:
Comment By: FreeDamon D. Brewer on August 13, 2005 08:44:51 PM Report
Now what is going to happen to keep you away from the children. I just have a feeling that something will.
Damon
Comment By: ModeratorJillian K. Alexis on August 12, 2005 07:13:30 PM Report
Bravo on another great chapter...Hugz...Jillian




 


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