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Chapter 35

Chapter 35

A Chapter by Jemma Packman

Leigh and Shannon sat drinking coffee. Shannon says "Is Charlie still in the bathroom?"
Leigh says "I think so. Why?"
Shannon says "I need to pee."
Leigh says "Just go in. Charlie doesn't lock the door. She won't look, just tell her you're in there."
Shannon says "I can't do that. It's weird."
Leigh says "You don't have sisters, do you?"
Shannon says "No, I don't."
There's a crash in the bathroom. Leigh says "Charlie." Leigh rushes to the bathroom, opens the door, sees Charlie laying on the floor and rushes to her. "Charlie, can you hear me?"
Charlie says "I can hear you worrying."
Charlie starts to stand up. Leigh says "What happened?"
Charlie says "I slipped."
Leigh helps Charlie stand up and says "How did you slip?"
Charlie says "I'm clumsy. Can you pass my shirt please?"
Leigh says "Are you going to tell me what happened?"
The phone starts to ring. Charlie says "The phone."
Leigh says "Shannon can get it.What aren't you telling me?"
Charlie says "That I'm freezing without my shirt."
Leigh passes Charlie her shirt. Shannon shouts "Charlie, it's the hospital."
Charlie puts her shirt on and says "I should get that."
Leigh says "Go."
Charlie goes to the phone and says "Hello? Yeah. No but... Don't do that. Yes. Thirty minutes. Bye."
Charlie puts the phone down. Leigh says "Well?"
Charlie says "Ribs."
Leigh says "Cracked or broken?"
Charlie says "Three cracked, two broken."
Shannon says "You'd better go back to the hospital."
Leigh says "I'll get my keys."
Charlie says "Can't leave."
Shannon says "Yes you can. I'll be fine."
Leigh says "Come on, Charlie."

© 2016 Jemma Packman

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Added on June 4, 2016
Last Updated on June 4, 2016

Charlie's Girls


Jemma Packman
Jemma Packman

Hull, East Yorkshire, United Kingdom

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