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    “What if I told her all of the liberties you take with the gallery credit card and the invitations to the swanky events?”

    “Well, James…umm…those are your fault too. You should have stopped me or better yet, you should’ve told Bette a long time ago.” Alice said victoriously as she raised her hands over her head.

    James rolled his eyes in a huff.

    “See, my dear James. Bette will forgive me. Because, well…I’m me. You on the other hand…”

    “How do you sleep at night?” James hissed.

    “On my stomach with my left knee curled up wearing fuzzy purple socks,” Alice smiled.

    “You’re the devil.”

    “Make it look good,” Alice said to James and patted him on the ass.

    “I don’t like you,” James glared at Alice.

    “Eh. I’m okay with that,” Alice winked.

    “Oh my God,” Alice said loudly.

    “What is it, Al?” Bette yelled.

    “James has a 101 temperature.” Alice said holding the thermometer out in front of her pretending to show the group as James and Alice made their way back into the living room.

    “I felt fine. But now, not so much,” James mustered.

    “Wait…aren’t you supposed to go to Vancouver on Tuesday,” Alice said with concern in her voice. Later she would tell Shane and Dana she deserved an Oscar for her performance.

    “I’ll…I’ll be fine by then.”

    “Fuck, James. 101 is no joke,” Shane fanned the flame.

    Alice glared at James. James fake sneezed and coughed. Bette moved to the other side of the room with the disinfectant can in her hand.

    “Shane’s right, James. Fuck!,” Bette said.

    “I’m sorry, Bette.”

    “Don’t worry about it. We can’t cancel the trip. So, I’ll go instead. Just what I fucking need,” Bette mumbled. “Are you well enough to change all of the reservations.”

    “Yes. I think I can manage. I will send you the itinerary tomorrow. I never get sick. It just hit me all of a sudden.”

    James looked in Alice’s direction but she was staring at her hands. James coughed again, said his goodbyes and walked out of the door.

    “Feel better, James,” Alice shouted. James turned around and flipped her off with both hands. Alice stuck her tongue out at him before she closed the door.

    “Poor James,” Kit said.

    “Yeah, that sucks,” Alice shook her head.

    Alice, Shane and Dana exchanged glances.

    At the end of the night, Alice texted Liz and told her James was “sick” and couldn’t make the trip with a million smiley faces. Liz responded with a million and one smiley faces. The plan was set in motion.

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    1. You write a really good Bette and Kit. And Bette needs her big sister: “You’re my sister. Tee was supposed to be my…everything. But she betrayed what we had. Instead of talking to me, she shut me out. Instead of running to me, she ran away from. She promised she’d never run away. Instead of loving me, she gave up on us. You never gave up on our sisterhood. You are the reason we are in a good place. You never gave up. Tee didn’t even try.” Bette said through her tears.”

      Ugh! My heart breaks for both Bette and Tina but really hurts for Bette. You depict a Tina with a fairly quick temper who is quite opinionated. She’s actually quite a hand full. It will take her getting out of her own way to fix things with Bette. She can’t force this. I understand what Alice and crew are doing but I don’t like Bette being tricked. Like I said, this can’t me forced. Yet they do need to talk face to face and to do that they need to be in the same location. Let’s hope this turns out to be a positive move. We know Bette is hurting but maybe softening and probably wants to see her. Baby steps.

      Good chapter. Very good story. Vancouver here we come.

      • Thank you so much, Billy.

        The Bette and Kit relationship is instrumental to this story. The way they have navigated being sisters after some conflicts early in Bette’s adolescence sets the tone for how Bette chooses to walk in relationships. Her pitfall is hiding behind her walls, but with Kit as a sounding board and a mirror, she recognizes when she’s doing it fairly quickly which is why she was so hurt when Tina pushed her away. She tried to be there but Tina wasn’t in the space to feel Bette’s love. And that’s hard.

        I agree about the tricking but they’ve got to be in the same space…at least in the same city…heck the same country. Bette’s gonna be a lil riled about the trickery but hopefully, in the end, it has a great outcome. They have a long way back to each other and they are definitely taking the long route.

        I have outlined the next 3 chapters and it’s about to get rocky….but in a good way…hopefully.

        Thanks for reading.

    2. Really like the Kit Bette relationship and enjoyed this Chapter.

      Found James and Alice’s interaction very amusing too.

      Looking forward to Bette and Tina meeting again.

      Thanks for posting and more soon please

    3. Wow… I’m beginning to find this Tina somewhat irritating. – ransacking the house to find a Valentine’s gift? Getting irritated about what I would say was a perfectly fine text message? This girl thinks she some kind of deva or something? She seems a bit narcissistic – Bette should instantly conform to her wishes or she’s pissed? This girl needs to grow up and start accepting that people do not always behave in the manner we wish them to. Tina is not the center of the universe, no matter what she thinks. She needs more than patience – she needs some self discipline and realize that she needs to earn Bette back and a few text messages is only a knock at the door. Why is she such a spoiled child? Accept some responsibility for your own behavior Tina…. do something to show that you were wrong when you jumped to conclusions, ran out the door without a conversation, moved to Canada on a whim. And further you do not seem to be able to humble yourself into realizing how much damage you have really caused. Frankly, I believe you deserve to be suffering right now. Bette sure is.

      Good chapter… but wow…. what a spoiled child Tina is….

      • Yes!! This is exactly what I wanted to convey. Remember that episode when Tina flipped out and thought Marcus’s girlfriend was after her and she was super paranoid and kept calling Bette. This is a hat tip to that. Tina does need to humble herself and this next chapter might just be in the wake up call that she needs. LOL. I’m so happy her brattiness struck a nerve.

        Tina has apologized several times. But Bette needs more than that. Tina is going to have to show how sorry she is through her actions. Hopefully, I will be able to weave it just the right way. Fingers crossed.

        • Oh, you are so correct. That was very important for Bette and she dropped everything for Tina only to learn the girls had it covered and it was nothing. Tina didn’t seem sorry in the slightest. That always bothered me. Bette never got any credit for what she did. Brattiness. And, like Martha said, thinking she is the center of the universe. I’m glad you are going to have your Tina really have to confront her behavior. Patience is right! And your readers get the benefit of it taking some time. Write away.

    4. Awesome Story and sorry that i couldn’t find the time sooner to read and comment.

      Bette is so hurt and struggling with her opposed feelings, her love for Tina and her trust in Tina. Thank god, she has a lovely sister in Kit and her friends.

      I must confess that I think Tina is a spoiled brat who wants everything the way she wants it. Some self-reflection is still too much, she says to give Bette all her time, but in the meantime she is whining and doubting everything and it is difficult for her to accept advice. Tina, wake up and do some work on yourself before you try to win Bette back.

      Alice is an crazy woman, but good friend, who tries everything to get Bette and Tina into a room so they can mend their relationship, but Bette isn’t going to like this. The road to recovery will no doubt still be over rocks but in the end I hope they get their happy ending.

      Love your story!

      • Yes, Tina is struggling too. The POV of the story is through Bette’s hurt. But Tina’s hurt needs to be tapped into too. They both have unresolved issues from their pasts. Also, Tina’s brattiness was only exacerbated by the way Bette treated her. Bette adores Tina so much that she would do anything and everything for her. Tina knows this. But now, Bette is taking a step back and allowing herself to process her own pain. Tina doesn’t know how to navigate that. Bette has always been all about Tina until now. That’s why it’s so hard for Tina to accept that Bette is not forgiving her instantly or trying to make it all better. So layered.

        Bette isn’t going to like being tricked. But I’m hopeful she will understand why her friends have set her up.

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