Soul Drifter (Part 9, page 2 of 12)


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Part 9

I wake up each morning in exactly the same position I went to sleep in, which is not that bad, because at least it is dreamless, but the mattress is awful, and when I crawl out of bed each morning I have aches and pains in places I did not even know existed in my body. Especially my shoulders. It feels as if it takes me hours before I can move my arms without sharp pains shooting into my neck.

For two weeks, I have wondered who is behind the curtain in the other bed in my Grandma's hospital room. The person in the other bed has had no visitors, at all.

The one time, Isaac and I dared each other to peek behind the light blue divide, my dad just happened to be paying attention to us, and it did not end too well for me. Apparently, I am supposed to be the eldest and so I must, surely, know right from wrong, and not lead Isaac into temptation.

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