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A couple of years after her father’s death, Peggy began to come late and spending some weekends out. By then Helena was a grown teenager and a young lesbian ready to go to college and her relationship with her mother was a little tense, and only changed into cordial when the young Peabody came back after graduation.
Helena knew that in those years, during her absence from her mother’s home; something important changed that took Peggy away from her sadness and bitterness, it was the constant visitation of Sharon Fairbanks, a single mother cheated by her ex-husband and raising two children, the woman was an old acquaintance of Peggy and was working for her as an assistant in the company, and that is how Sharon was introduced to her.
During the last years, Helena has grown trying to understand her mother instead of judging her and now she’s feeling very sorry for Peggy.
Helena: (squeezing her mother’s hand) “let’s hope she’s fine”
Peggy: “I don’t know, she was sad these last days, she wanted to talk with Dana to mend fences, and I had that foreboding sensation this morning, like something no good was about to happen”
Helena: “we don’t know if she was in the limousine, and if she was, perhaps she isn’t hurt”
Lincoln Square, West Side – Friday afternoon.
Finally, they all arrived at the building surrounded by police cars and paramedics.
Helena’s car was stopped at the corner; Peggy showed the police her identification and the car could pass and enter the parking garage; there they saw Bette, Tina, Alice, and Shane, Louise was missing. The girls were very calm as if whatever had happened didn’t affect them.
Helena helped her mother to get off the car and after a few steps; Sharon came to them, to which Peggy responded emotionally.
Peggy: “oh my sweet girl, are you fine?”
Helena left them to talk to her friends.
Helena: “what happened? Why the police and paramedics are here? And where is Louise”
Alice: “they came to take care of the wounded on the street and to transport the passenger and the driver to the hospital, and Louise went there to check the severity of their injuries ”
Helena: “I saw that Sharon is fine, where is Joyce? Who was in the car?”