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“Where are the kid’s?” I ask.
“In there bedrooms.”
“Let me go say hi to them then I’ll be right back down and you are dealing with my presence.”
“What do you want, Bette?”
“I want you to realize you are being foolish to throw away something over a little argument that I blew out of proportion. I want you to stop doing this to yourself, Tina.”
“I don’t know how to tell anymore if she is right for me.”
“Does she make you smile?”
“Does she make you laugh?”
“Does she make you feel loved?”
“Yes. Bette, what does this have to do with anything?”
“Does a smile appear across your face when you think of her?”
“Now tell me how she isn’t right for you, Tina?”
“What are you trying to do?”
“I’m trying to make you realize how stupid you are being right now, Tina. I’m sorry but you’re being stupid.”
“I just hate being lied to.”
“I know you do, but she never cheated. She was just a bit angry.”
“I guess I’ve just been a little clouded lately.”
“Do you know what could change that?”
“What now?” She chuckles at me.
“Pizza with extra bacon.”
“Really?” She chuckles at me again.
“I’m serious, Mama T! Pizza is the best cure for everyone, let’s have a family night!” I suggest.
“Fine.” She smiles.
“I’ll grab the kids and you call for pizza!” I say heading towards the stairs. “Don’t forget! Extra bacon!” I shout before moving faster.
“I told you pizza fixes everything.” I say.
We sit on the sofa as the kids sit eating their pizza on the floor with pillows.
“At least it takes our minds off of having to watch the same movie Cole loves for the 13th time.” She says chuckling.
“He does always seem to pick this same movie for family nights every time.” I say.
“Shh!” Cole says.
“Oops” I say looking at Tina and chuckling.
“We are going to put the rest of this pizza away since everyone is full.” Tina says with a whisper as she stands and I follow behind her grabbing empty cans of soda that sit on the coffee table.
“No matter how many times he has watched that movie, he still needs to every word.”