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Changes Chapter 2:
Ashley entered the Carlin household and immediately felt as though she’d been sucked into a time warp. Everything was exactly as it was the day she’d left. Same couch, same dining room set, same dent in the wall from when she and Kyla had been wrestling one day and she’d "accidently" knocked her friend’s head through the plaster.
She took a deep breath.
It even smelled the same! God, she’d missed this place. It was good to get out of New York. After her problems with Kristen… Jesus, maybe she shouldn’t have invited her to the wedding after all. That situation had gotten out of control. Everything was going so well with them at first, then the cheating and the lies had started. Ashley didn’t know how much more she could take. She felt like a masochist! God, she shouldn’t think about that right now. Better to just forget about it completely.
Ashley entered the kitchen and helped Kyla to get out the plates and silverware. Everything in the exact same spot as it was before. She grinned to herself. This was turning out to be like an episode of the Twilight Zone!
"Aiden, let’s just eat in the living room. There’s a documentary on TLC tonight featuring three hours of wedding hijinks!” Kyla pleaded.
Aiden looked appalled. "Good God, No No more, Kyla You promised after I went to that travesty of a Bridal Expo with you that I’d never have to endure that stuff again!" He paced around the kitchen. "Why don’t you just have Spencer watch it with you tonight, hmm? I’ve got company. My favorite lesbo is back!" He made an imploring look Ashley’s way.
Ashley shook her head and chuckled. She wasn’t going to get in the middle of this one.
"Spencer has some date with Megan. I told her that it was a big night with Ashley being here, but she said it was some kind of fancy dinner thing." Kyla pouted. "And why don’t you ever take me out to fancy restaurants anymore, Aiden? Just because we’re getting married doesn’t mean that we can slip into the doldrums of middle-age! We have to be interesting and inventive all the time so our relationship won’t get stale. I read it in Cosmo."