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“She was my partner for over 20 years Carrie, we have a kid together. We didn’t split up because we didn’t love each other. She’s more my family than my parents ever been. She will always be in my life, and there is nothing you can do about that. If you can’t handle that then…” Tina says as she stands up and walks out of the room and runs upstairs to pack her suitcase. Moments later Carrie comes in after her.
“Tina, please can we talk about this?” Carrie asks, getting scared of what this means for them.
“What is there to talk about?” Tina replies as she keeps packing her suitcase.
“I don’t want you to go. Can’t you at least wait until we’ve had a chance to talk about this?” Carries tries.
“I don’t have time. The operation is tomorrow at noon. I need to be there in good time before that.” Tina says as she takes out underwear and put it into the suitcase. She walks back and forth between the walk-in closet and suitcase which is laying on the bed.
“Why did she call you now? Why not before?” Carrie asks.
“She didn’t want to bother me, she didn’t want to take me away from you. But she forgot that I’m still her power of attorney regarding medical issues, so she wanted to give me heads up, in case someone from the hospital call me if something goes wrong. It’s a brain tumor Carrie. That is serious and it’s the other mother of my child. I can’t believe you question why I need to be there?” Tina says, not believing how Carrie is acting regarding this. She stops for a moment and looks at Carrie.
“Do you still love her?” Carrie asks, afraid of the answer.
“Yes, I still love her. I will always love her. She’s my family.” Tina replies.
“Do you love me?” Carrie keep asking.
“Off course I do.” Tina replies. She takes out her phone and quickly calls the cab-company and orders a taxi to get her to the airport.
“Then why are you running to your ex just like that?” Carrie asks.
“I can’t believe you’re asking me that.” Tina says angrily as she closes her suitcase. She goes into the walk-in closet to change her clothes. She can’t travel in the dress she’s wearing now. She changes into jeans, tank-top and a nice shirt. She put her black boots on, gets her leather jacket and starts for the door.