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Tina sat on her Mac, she was programming her website to put up a number of painting at 00:01 tomorrow. She ad decided to sell a collection of watercolours she had been working on the set was four pieces and were all the sun raising or setting around the ranch. She was sat making sure everything was in place when she looked up because there was a light tap on the door,
“Shane, long time no see.”
“I didn’t know if I was welcome,” Shane admitted as she pushed her hands into her pockets.
“You’re always welcome,” Tina said, looking at her friend, as she pointed at a chair that Shane could sit in while Tina finished up her working.
“Sure about that?”
“Alice told me you guys have applied a restraining order against her.” Shane said
“You’re still talking to her?” Tina raised her eyebrow.
“Yeah, she’s still my friend. I know I could end up in the middle of a massive fight, but she was there for me when I was homeless and alone and no one gave a fuck you know,”
“I do. It’s fine. You don’t need to explain yourself. I get it.” Tina smiled. “I don’t expect you to drop her because for some reason she’s decided to hate me.”
“Its because you have Bette.” Shane said bluntly.
“Al’s always had a thing for Bette. All the woman that have come and gone, even when Bette was at the hight of her player ways usually got a ‘talk’ from Alice. You didn’t.”
“Have Bette and Alice ever…?” Tina wasn’t sure she could say it
“No, they haven’t. much to Alice’s disapontment. I think she thought when they first meet she had a chance. But she never made the move and Bette wasn’t interested.”
“And because I’m the woman who managed to get Bette Porter to marry her I’m public emery number one?”
“I think it looks that way,”
“I feel sorry for her, Bette loves her as a friend I might add, and wants her in her life, even with all the crap surrounding me. Friendships are very important to Bette. She loves her friends. As you know but at the moment we can’t have Alice in our lives.”