It didn’t matter though. None of it really mattered. It wasn’t about him. It wasn’t about what he needed to change or even if he would ever change. It was about her….
Audrina got up and went into the bathroom, running the cold water and splashing it upon her face. She leaned on the sink taking a long look in the mirror. She saw the laugh lines painted around her eyes. Wrinkles, she thought. They’re really wrinkles. She stared longer, looking deeper. This wasn’t her….
“BEEEPP! BEEEEPPP! BEEEEEPP!” The alarm tore through her dreams saving her from the torment of…
“No. When we wake up again it will be tomorrow. Today is today.” Audrina laughed to herself, struggling to explain the concept of tomorrow to a five year old….
In a blink of an eye they passed the road and just as quickly Audrina blinked the thoughts of him and that road from her mind….
“BEEEP! BEEEP! BEEEP!” The alarm screamed through the silence of the dark room. Audrina had already been awake though. Laying there under the warmth of their blanket, Aaron’s arm lazily draped across her. It was cold, real cold, and…
Entwined in an entrapment of gloom, depression sinks its sharp claws into Audrina as she slowly sips her hot cup of coffee and stares out of the dining room window. The rain pattered on the window before her like the troubles beat upon her very soul.
“I’m hungry,” squealed her three year old grand daughter. A chorus of echoes from her five year old daughter and two year old grand son followed. Audrina rubbed her bleary eyes, as she creaked off of the hard carpeted floor.