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Around 11am when Angie excused herself to take a shower and get ready to leave with her Mama, Bette and Tina enjoyed a second cup of coffee in the kitchen. The remnants of breakfast put in the frig and the dishes cleaned. The couple agreed that Tina and Angie would pick Jordi up after classes today and bring her to their house so Angie could spend a few hours with her girlfriend. The younger couple hadn’t seen each other in a few days except for their classes together since Angie had been spending more time with Tina whenever she could.
Bette and Tina would then be able to have that much needed discussion about their future and plans that Bette wanted to speak with Tina on. They could spend the rest of the afternoon talking. For her part, Tina had a few ideas of her own that she had considered over the past few months as well. When the idea to move back to LA had first entered her mind, she began to contemplate alternatives from the day to day business of the entertainment industry. Now would be a good time to discuss them with Bette. The couple wanted to decide on some definite ideas before meeting with Helena and Peggy tomorrow at noon.
Tina told Bette that she and Angie would probably grab a quick bit to eat for lunch while they were out. Bette stated she would eat something once she got back from her meeting with her team. Then Bette suggested having an Italian meal delivered from a local restaurant since she didn’t want either of them to have to cook tonight. She didn’t want the distraction of having to prepare a meal from scratch. She wanted Tina’s full attention.
So plans were set for the rest of the day and Bette and Tina sealed them with a loving kiss . . .
Afternoon at the Porters
Bette had been on the phone more than she had expected to be today after Tina and Angie had left on their shopping exhibition. It seemed that her phone didn’t stop ringing. Now that her bid for mayor of LA had fallen short, she suddenly was at the top of several lists for prospective employers nationwide. Pierce had even called to tell her she had a long list of messages at the campaign office as well. She advised him to leave the list on her desk and she would review it once she arrived there later today.