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“Thank you.” Tina says as she. Moves towards the elevators.
The closer she gets to Bette’s room the more nervous she gets. She arrives and takes a deep breath before she gently knocks on the door. She can hear Bette saying come in.
She carefully opens the door and slowly enters the room.
“Tina?” Bette lets out surprised.
“Yeah, its me.” Tina replies carefully while she enters. “I couldn’t stay away Bette.” Tina quickly adds.
Tears forming in Bette’s eyes, as she sits up straight in her bed. She covers her face with her hands. And she starts to cry. Tina is a little tentative with how to approach Bette, but she just uses her intuition and softly put her hand on her shoulder and gentle strokes it.
“I’m so sorry this is happening Bette, I wish I could make it go away.” Tina whispers.
Bette is unable to say anything at the moment. Her feelings all over the place. After a few moments she is able to form some words.
“Tina, I didn’t want you here.” Bette whispers sadly.
“You really think I could stay away after the phone call last night?” Tina asks looking into Bette’s eyes. “You are my family Bette, even if we’re not together. You will always be my family.” Tina adds sadly.
“It is too hard Tina. The pain in my gut is too much.” Bette cries.
“I’m sorry, but I will be here for you, whether you like it or not. I will not leave until I am sure you are okay. Got it?” Tina says making herself clear.
“What about Carrie?” Bette asks.
“We had an argument.” Tina replies as she put her bag down on the chair. “After your phone call, I knew I had to be here, she didn’t understand why I had to go. So I just left. I just left during our engagement party.” Tina reveals while taking a seat on the side of the bed and chuckles out loud.
“It was your engagement party? I’m sorry.” Bette says shockingly.
“Don’t worry about it. There’s nowhere else I’d rather be right now. So please don’t think about it, okay?” Tina says as she put her hand on Bette’s. Bette nervously looks down, her first instinct being pulling her hand away, but at the same time it felt good to be held by Tina again. She closes her eyes tightly, and then slowly removing her hand from Tina’s. “She’s with another.” She thinks.