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Not long after Tina pulled into the drive. Bette had some stairs up to her front door. So, the wheelchair would not work there. Also, some stairs inside the house, but they would tackle that problem later.
“We’ll get you inside first, then I’ll run out to get the bag and chair later.” Tina says and walks around to Bette’s side. She opens the door and reach out her hand. Bette takes it and slowly gets out and stands up. “Okay?” Tina asks softly.
“Yeah, just hold on so I don’t fall.” Bette replies silently.
“I’ll never let go.” Tina whispers, Bette could barely hear it, but she smiled at the reply.
Slowly they walk up the stairs and after a few minutes, they unlock the door and goes inside. To the left there is a sitting room with a big couch.
“You want to lay down here? Or do you want your bed? Or the other living room?” Tina asks as they stopped inside the house. Bette thinks for a few moments.
“I can stay here for a little while, enjoy some of the daylight and view.” Bette says and started walking down 1 step to the sitting room. Tina holds her the whole time. She gets pillows and props those on one side of the couch. Bette takes a seat and leans back. Then Tina gets a blanket and covers Bette’s legs.
“You need anything else?” Tina asks as she looks down on Bette.
“Just a bottle of water, but you can get that later. Go get the bag and chair from the car first. No rush with the water.” Bette replies with a smile up at Tina.
“Okay, I’ll be right back.” Tina says and hurries outside and gets the bag and chair. Within minutes she’s back inside. She felt herself getting anxious leaving Bette alone. She’s okay. She thinks to herself. She walks into the kitchen and gets a bottle of water for Bette and she makes a cup of coffee for herself. A few minutes later, she walks back in and places the bottle within Bette’s reach on the table.
“Here you go. Nice cold water. Let me know of you’re hungry.” Tina asks as she takes a seat on the chair opposite the couch.