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March 26, at Sighing she shook off the thoughts plaguing her as she strode along. Looking around she remembered the time and how soon she would have to be home to get any sleep at all. She barely thought it over as she turned down the alleyway she used on nights like this when all she could think about was her warm bed and never waking up again.
She bumped into what felt like a brick wall and would have hit the concrete with one more pain to worry about tomorrow had she not been caught by someone.
She froze, knowing what sometimes happened to girls who wandered through dark alleyways at night. Lifting her gaze, she saw a red-bearded man staring at her with a smile. She remembered going to the movies with her dad and watching things explode in 3D.
It was always different in the Third Dimension. She remembered camping with her uncle when she was a kid and the first time she ever caught a fish. She remembered getting her job and being so happy thinking that she would have time to photograph on the side and follow her dream.
He was a little short and had a red beard. It would have fit on Halloween had he been wearing more green. My mother has cancer and is slowly dying from the inside out. She looked up as her thumb found the latch to open the locket and the man was gone.
She looked around hoping to see that smile just one more time, but he had disappeared. The locket popped open catching her attention and she noticed a small four-leafed clover inside.
Shrugging, she stuck the necklace inside her pocket still wondering where the strange man had gone. When Amber got home, she checked her website, as she usually did and found that two of her photos had gained positive attention.
Someone had asked to use it in an ad that would be broadcasted on television. She smiled as she wrote out a draft email to the person who had asked so that she could edit it and send it tomorrow. Her phone rang from the couch and she jumped to get to it in case it was bad news.
Remember the experimental surgery? They say that the cancer is gone. It was all okay. You coming down to see her? Staring at the clover for a minute she smiled.
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