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    Chapter 9 – Areas of their life

    Tina was sitting in one of her favorite restaurants in LA, waiting for a woman named Margaret Rogers. She was a talented decorative artist. Many top studios worked with her and she had no equal in the idea and installation of sets for movies and shows. They were connected to Tina by a mutual friend who told the blonde that Margaret was currently in Los Angeles and could meet her. Tina wanted to discuss with her personally the possibility of collaborating on the next project. Yes, Tina was currently on vacation and didn’t want to think about work, but she couldn’t miss this opportunity, especially since Margaret herself was very interested in meeting Tina. This conversation could lead to fruitful and useful cooperation for both sides.

    Tina saw that a bright woman with shoulder-length black hair and snow-white skin was walking quickly and confidently towards her Desk. Tina knew that Margaret was about 50 years old, but would not have given her more than 40 – she looked great. She was wearing a bright red oversize jacket and a dark blue tight MIDI skirt, and she was carrying a black briefcase for documents and probably some drawings.

    She walked over to the table and held out her hand to Tina to greet her

    ”Good afternoon, miss Kennard! I’m glad to see you»

    ”Hello, miss Rogers! I thought we were going to meet in Toronto, but it just so happened that you were able to come today and I’m very happy to see you, too. You can call me Tina”
    Tina smiled at her colleague and shook her hand”And you can also call Margot, if it’s convenient for you”Tina smiled again and mentally ticked the box ”pleasant companion”
    ”Agreed on this”

    The Waiter brought the women coffee and light salads, and then they began to talk

    ”Tina, I hope this doesn’t sound too personal to you, but I can’t help but say how much my family and I cheered for your ex-wife in the mayoral election. Her loss is definitely a loss for our city… in general, she made all of us treat her with great respect. I just wanted to tell you about it»
    Tina was pleased to hear these words about Bette, but she didn’t want to pursue the subject. After all, they’re here to talk about work.

    Comments

    1. Bette is a very tactile and sensual individual so it makes perfect sense to me that she would be more comfortable holding Tina, touching Tina and dancing with her. Until: ‘I’ll explode with you too.’ My favorite line. Bette did process Tina’s words. Yes there is a lot to discuss and sort out but that has to be put on pause for a bit because Angie needs to be front and center right now. She is their child and looking out for her welfare is as it must be. Both parents need to create a united front in dealing with their underage daughter and her drinking. Also, Angie has been incredibly rude. Her attitude may be more than just alcohol induced. Is she taking drugs? Is this more than teenage rebellion? They need to get to the bottom of Angie’s hostility. Bette and Tina do make a good team. Kind of a good cop bad cap team in a way. I suspect Angie will have a doozy of a hangover in the morning and an even worse attitude. I am glad that Tina is spending the night. In the guest room. Keep communicating ladies and – Tina – Margot needs to go. No no no messy distractions. And Bette – no more Lisa’ s. You have a chance to get your life back – a very good chance – both of you do. I liked that Bette stopped ranting about her work and asked Tina about her day. This is progress. Despite the Angie drama there were some very sweet and tender and hopeful moments. Good story. Good chapter.

      • Thanks, Billy. Yeah, I think that parents should be a close-knit team and help their daughter overcome a difficult life stage. It’s good to have Tina around now. If Bette had been alone, it would have been much harder for her to deal with Angie.

    2. I found Bette’s response of just wanting to be in Tina’s presence and have the intimate dance with her absolutely fascinating. Bette has always been a tactile and physical person. After all it was Bette who began the relationship with a kiss when she returned Tina’s earring. Not with words but with a simple kiss which said “I’m attracted to you, but I simply do not have the words to say what I feel at the moment.” So to begin a reconciliation process with physical contact of a dance and simply holding Tina close is so very much like Bette and her mode of communication. And from their evening, this was a time in which both could and did experience a connection without sex which I believe is a good starting place for a potential reconciliation. I do believe that Bette will put words to her response to the letter at some point, but for now this was as powerful a communication to Tina as she would expect.

      There is a big time problem with Angie and both of them see it. I was surprised that Bette allowed Angie to get by with her response early in the morning when she asked her if she needed a ride to school. And now that Bette and Tina are sharing information on Angie’s mutual rudeness and now her intoxication, they stand a much better chance of getting to the source of the problem and taking corrective actions. It would actually be beneficial to Bette and Tina and their corrective action and paths if Angie is sick tomorrow morning. Sickness is not much fun. And sometimes being miserable will be a more more powerful lesson than having only a slight discomfort for overindulging. Most people try not to repeat things which make them miserable.

      This was a very interesting chapter…. lovely evening with Bette and Tina. Just hope Bette and Tina can get Angie back on a path of rational behavior and not what she is doing…

      Thank you for this…. love to see more.

      • Taking care of Angie and trying to understand her problems can bring Tina and Bette even closer together. Or this focus primarily on the daughter, on the contrary, can prevent the restoration of their personal relationships. In any case, Angie needs her moms right now, even if she doesn’t realize it. Thank you for your comment, Martha, I love your thoughts.

    3. Hey Ada,

      Very interesting chapter. Lots to digest.

      I agree with Billy & Martha on their comments.

      Agree that Tibette needs to have a serious talk with Angie & keep a much better track of her on a daily basis before her behaviors become major problems.

      Good start on them back on track themselves.

      Keep it going!!!

      Collins

      • Welcome you here, Collins. Yes, sometimes teenagers need a little more attention than even the best parents give them. And teenagers do not always let them get close to them and allow them to give them this attention. Thanks for your feedback on this chapter! Looking forward to continuing your story too!

    4. Ada
      I loved this chapter. Loved Bette’s vulnerability in seeking proximity to Tina without being yet ready to talk. Haven’t we been in a situation where we aren’t ready to verbalize how we feel but know things are better when someone we love is near. As long as the letter is discussed at some point, please Bette and Tina talk about the letter and the events leading up to it. Bette is so good at shelving her emotions so I hope she can unpack how she is feeling and Tina can better explain her decision making. Great start to my weekend, Ada. Thanks

      • I really like understanding the character of Bette that was shown to us in the original TLW. When you feel so much and strongly that you can’t put it into words. I think that’s such a beautiful and kind thing about Bette’s character. Sensuality and emotionality is always difficult, but it can bring a huge amount of love to life. Thank you and have a nice weekend!

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