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Bette walked into the Planet and smiled as her sister put the finishing touches to their lunch. Kit pointed to table away from everyone Bette nodded and walked over, she sat down putting her purse down she took her phone out and laughed at the photo of Tina and Xavier that Matt, another male nurse had sent to her, it showed Tina and Xavier in the pool. Both of them smiling.
Kit walked over and put two subs and two coffees down and sat with her sister.
“How are you?” Kit asked,
“I’m okay. Fed up with some stuff.”
“You mean Alice,”
“Baby girl, Alice has a mouth the size of Canada. She was in here yesterday ranting about you and Tina, I’ve banned her.”
“You didn’t have too,”
“Girl, she’s never paid her tab. She’s banned for the foreseeable. I don’t want her bad mouthing my sister and her wife. Two people I care about. Love even. You need to totally cut her. Maybe get a restaining order.”
“Should I?” Bette asked, picking up her coffee.
“Bette sometimes! Well you are a bright woman but you’re sacred that people are going to leave you like your mom did. I know it’s hard. But you don’t need people in your life like Alice in your life. You’ve got open your eyes. She’s bad mouthing your wife. The mother of your son. You need to break ties.” Kit said honestly.
“I’ll contact Gavin.” Bette said,
“Is Tina taking her sleeping pills again?”
“Yeah, she slept all last night, I woke up three times and she was there every time. I think Matt, the nurse that’s with her today gets on with her well and he told her not to mess with her mediation.”
“Something you should have told her,”
“It’s not always that easy when you’re close to someone,”
“I know baby girl. Sometimes with things that are that important you need to put your foot down. You’re too soft sometimes. I think it’s because you love her so much. But she’s mentally ill. You don’t recover from metal illness you simply manage it. She can’t mess with her medication because she’s going to fall deeper into the pit, we have to encourage her to stay healthy.”