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    Remember Who You Are 6

    The metal jungle was complete, and it rose beautifully in the studio, more intricate and compelling than Tina could have ever imagined. She had expected the colors to be harsh and unappealing, instead they appeared soft and relenting. She stood in the middle of it and turned slowly, amazed. When the light was adjusted everyone was transported to another time and place, exactly as the script demanded. Elena and Lara stood off to the side and watched the unveiling of the set with excitement that changed to shock when Jodie took center stage.

    The Art Director, Martin, was beside himself with happiness. The cameras caught his enthusiasm as he saw it for the first time, and Jodie was front and center to take the praise. She pranced and smiled and managed to appear in all the pictures of the event, offering no credit to the other artists who had worked to complete the design.

    Tina wasted no time in scheduling the first shoot, and one week later, the actors took their places for final testing on lighting and sounds before the first frame was shot. With the rest of the movie done, this was the final phase of the movie and she was eager to get going. Shane appeared to fix hair, the aesthetics were key. Tina asked Justin to backlight the set from a different angle, so it was taking some time to get the lightening ready. The actors went in for makeup and the crew begin to drift in. Everyone wanted to see what the set would look like for this scene.

    An hour later, Tina sat in her chair on the edge of the perimeter, ready for the first frame of the shoot. Her nerves were on edge, she was always keyed up on the first day of a scene. There was so much that could go wrong, so much left still to human error. Her anxiety was through the roof. She nervously chewed on her lower lip and held the walkie talkie up to her ear to hear a question from Justin.

    Elena sat to her right and Lara sat behind her. They glanced significantly at each other a couple times and Elena fidgeted before Tina finally asked, “what you two? What is it?”

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    1. Bibi28 says

      Wow BK,

      That was a very emotional chapter. This chapter gave us a picture of Bette and her difficulties in communicating openly and honestly and why she had the affair.

      In her youth she learned to keep her feelings for herself and to be the strong girl her father was proud of. It is downright sad that at one point her mother’s abuse was the only way she felt she existed and received the attention she needed as a little girl. And I understand very well her feelings and fear of being abandoned, which is what her mother, Kit and also Tina, although understandable after her affair, did in the end. Her father was a man who thought only of herself and aloof and
      was cold, unable to give the love and attention she needed.

      I am so happy that Bette finally talks to Tina and that way Tina also shows what it did to her inside when she separated herself from Bette emotionally and physically after the miscarriage. Cheating is never good to talk about but I and Tina have now gained insight into why Bette did it.

      They are both aware of not falling into old mistakes and that they must continue to work on their relationship.

      I really love your story BK!!!

      Sorry in advantage for the long comment 😊

      • BK says

        Thank you BiBi! What a nice recap, you really zeroed in on the essence of their journey. I know it was an emotional chapter but they are in a place where they are working through the remains of a past as well as building a new relationship. I just imagine this period to be painful and raw but so so necessary. I don’t mind your long comment at all, so glad you are enjoying the story.

        Also why did the story post three times?? UGH. I must have hit the button too many times trying to get it load.

        They will have more fun next chapter and we will move closer to the truth about Jodie’s work. Thank you for reading.

        BK

    2. izzie says

      WOW WOW WOW !

      What a chapter my god, so heartbreaking and what an amazing story.

      I hope Tina will find something good to humiliate that B… Jodie and to definitely kick her out of their lives.

    3. Martha3128 says

      BK,
      This is an amazing chapter. In real life, many relationship problems have their roots in the parent/child relationship. For women, it is the mother/daughter relationship which has the most impact. Damaged relationships between mother and daughter can result in women who have difficulties in establishing and maintaining strong, health relationships as adults. This story is one of healing that damage by recognizing the effects of the hurt which occured in Bette’s childhood. I would suspect that Tina also has a damaged relationship with her mother even though it is not a part of this story. Bette and Tina have come a long way in their ability to trust one another and to communicate with one another. To see Bette so vulnerable is really refreshing.

      Tina needs to be careful with her desires for revenge. If she can do the old “give her enough rope and she’ll hang herself” would be fine. For me, true revenge never works out. Those who seek revenge usually end up hurting themselves more than their target. Case in point was Jenny’s revenge on the journalist she referred to as the vagina wig. (What a term!). What an awful sequence that was. Innocent people and a dog got hurt.

      • BK says

        So true, You and I may have similar background in this area. I had not thought much about Tina’s need for revenge, but I appreciate you bringing it to my attention. Something to consider for sure as I develop the story. Sometimes it writes itself and other times I have to put it down and walk away…

        And “vagina” wig”, so funny…thanks for the reminder of that term. I will need to incorporate that into my regular verbiage when possible LOL

        thanks for reading..and commenting!

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