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Author:Sandra Cunha

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Published: 2014-06-10T16:00:00+00:00

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Erin, Girl by Sandra Cunha

CHAPTER EIGHT

Project Coco Fund = $535.05

I’M SURPRISING BETTY at the airport. She always takes the same flight back from Boston on Sundays.

 

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Erin, Girl by Sandra Cunha

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Author:Sandra Cunha

Language: eng

Format: epub

Tags: Women’s Fiction

Publisher: Sandra Cunha

Published: 2014-06-10T16:00:00+00:00
CHAPTER EIGHT

Project Coco Fund = $535.05

I’M SURPRISING BETTY at the airport. She always takes the same flight back from Boston on Sundays.

The best strategy is to do this face-to-face, even though getting to the airport is a major pain when you don’t have a car, and I wasn’t about to shell out my newly-earned cash on a cab ride.

Betty’s been doing these weekend trips for months; this is the first time I’ve come to meet her. I was going to put her name on a piece of cardboard, but thought that would be overkill. (And she’d probably get suspicious.)

I’ve been waiting at her arrival gate for what seems like forever. I’m running out of things to amuse myself with, and now my phone battery is dangerously low.

When she finally comes out of the gate, she looks worn-out. Maybe this wasn’t a good idea. It probably would’ve been smarter to wait until tomorrow. But it’s too late, I’ve already come all this way.

“Betty! Betty! Over here!”

She doesn’t immediately realize someone is calling her name. When she sees me waving while jumping up and down, she hurries towards my direction.

“Erin? Is everything all right? What are you doing here?”

“I came to surprise you!”

“Really? Okay, phew. I thought maybe something bad had happened,” she says, visibly exhaling.

“Can’t a big sister surprise her little sister at the airport, every now and again?”

“Well, you haven’t before, so you caught me off guard. But I’m so glad you’re here. I needed to see a friendly face,” she says, giving me a side hug with her baggage-free arm.

“And I’m glad to see you, sis,” I say, hugging her back. “Hey, are we cabbing it or taking public transit?”

“Cabbing it. There’s no way I can deal with people after my flight. There was a baby on-board who cried the entire time. Babies shouldn’t fly.”

“Betty! Little people need to see the world, too.”

“I know, I know. I’m just cranky and hungry.”

Uh-oh. I should’ve brought her a snack. “Here, let me take your bag. How was your weekend?” I ask, taking the bag from her.

“Horrible. Matt and I got into a huge fight about this whole long distance thing. He doesn’t know when he’ll be back in Toronto. I’m so tired of going back and forth all the time.”

“Yeah, it’s rough, but you guys will work something out. You always do.”

“I don’t know. I have my limits.”

We’re the first ones in the taxi line and get a cab right away. We ride in silence for a while until I can’t wait any longer. I need to ask her.

“Hey, Betty . . .”

“Yeah?” she answers as she looks out the window at the passing horizon.

“I wanted to talk to you about Project Coco.”

Betty turns towards me and says, “I knew you didn’t come to surprise me. Seriously, this is becoming an obsession. Let it go. It’s just a bag.”

“It’s not ‘just a bag,’ and you know it, Betty.” She can be so cold. “It’s mom’s bag. I need to at least try to get it back.

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