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It’s figured out,” he says. “I got it all straight now, Son. Some damn notion they had that we’d dropped you at eighteen. Goddamn them. Think they must do that to all their high-profile clients. Anyway, called the pharmacy and you’re good to go. It’s there and ready for you. ” “Okay. Thanks, Dad. I’ll go tomorrow. ” And when we hang up, I crack open my philosophy textbook and read ahead for the lecture I will have to miss. THE REGULAR DECEMBER 1990. IT IS A FAMILIAR SCENE: THE HOSPITAL EXAMINATION room.
Patches like thrown flour splotch my windshield, and when I finally pull into the driveway, the yard is speckled in white, and a long, green-white lawn follows the right side of the house and dips into the backyard before finally being halted from unrolling any further by the rusted barbed-wire fence. It looks like a rolling gumdrop dusted with powdered sugar. I am relieved to be here safe. Mom rushes out, coatless. Without a way to call her and let her know I was safe, she has worried. “Oh, we’re so glad to see you,” she says, hurrying to me.
Well, come in. We’re so glad you’re finally home for a few days. ” Inside, Mom has the table set for supper and the house decorated for the holidays. Nutcrackers stand in all the corners, garland twirls along the banister, and Christmas candles adorn the piano and the furniture, and when I take my bags downstairs to my room, the den smells sweetly of pine and the tree shimmers with silver and gold ornaments. “Your dad and I just got that up last weekend,” Mom says when I stop to look. ” She walks to the tree, reaches for a fallen ornament resting on the skirt.
Bleeder by Shelby Smoak