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- Author: Natasha Bishop
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“And you’re sure you have everything you need? Passport? Phone
I roll my eyes, thankful my mom can’t see me through the phone, as I
shove another book into my suitcase. Without fail, my mom always calls
me to run through a checklist whenever I go on a trip. I could remind her
that at my big age of thirty I’m capable of packing my own bag, but what
would be the point? I’m going to get the list regardless, it can either be with
attitude or not.
I choose not.
“Yeah, Ma, I got everything. Double and triple checked.”
“Okay, what time you headed to the airport?”
“Evie should be here in about twenty minutes.”
“Good, good. And you’re sure you’re okay to go on this trip, sweetie? I
swear, I don’t know what your sister was thinking, tacking on an extra week
when this is already uncomfortable for you.”
There it is. The reason why I can’t wait for this wedding to be over is
not the fact that the bride is my sister, and the groom is my ex-boyfriend.
It’s the fact that everyone keeps bringing it up with pitying glances like I’m
some sad sack hung up on the guy.
Fun fact: I was over Arnold Hightower before we even broke up.
We just weren’t a match. It took a year of us being together for me to
finally see that, but once I did, he agreed, and we went our separate ways.
No fanfare. No hard feelings. No nothing.
Yes, when he popped back into my life six months later on the arm of
my older sister, I was surprised. Who the fuck wouldn’t be? But that’s all it
was, shock. I knew they were a much better fit than Arnold and I ever were
the minute I saw them together. Hell, I was the one who comforted Ri when
she started panicking that they were moving too fast due to Arnold
proposing after three months. I was the one who convinced her not to break
things off, and yet somewhere along the way, everyone deluded themselves
into thinking that I’m some heartbroken woman scorned that’s barely
holding onto my sanity.
The shit is ridiculous.
“Mom, I’m good. An extra week in Tulum is exactly what I need right
now.” Beautiful weather, beaches, and a private pool? I will be living my
best life for the next week until the wedding madness begins.
“You’re so brave, baby.”
Lawd. I need to get off this call.
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