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Author:Grunert, Jeanne [Grunert, Jeanne]

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Publisher: Bricks & Brambles Press

Published: 2016-09-22T16:00:00+00:00

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13

“You spent what on a what ?” Constantine’s horrified exclamation made Eva laugh so hard she choked on her cigarette smoke.

“A turtle,” David said mildly. “A red-eared slider, to be exact.”

 

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I Believe You by Grunert Jeanne

Author:Grunert, Jeanne [Grunert, Jeanne] , Date: July 11, 2019

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Author:Grunert, Jeanne [Grunert, Jeanne]

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: Bricks & Brambles Press

Published: 2016-09-22T16:00:00+00:00
13

“You spent what on a what ?” Constantine’s horrified exclamation made Eva laugh so hard she choked on her cigarette smoke.

“A turtle,” David said mildly. “A red-eared slider, to be exact.”

“Not just any turtle,” Eva coughed. “It’s Teeny.”

“Oh, sure,” Con smirked. “That makes all the difference.”

The three Majek siblings stood on the back stoop of David’s home on Sunday afternoon, leaning on the wrought iron railing and watching the boys play ball with their grandfather in the backyard. Of course, it was a rather slow game with the ninety-year old Tibor pitching, but the boys laughed and catcalled as if they were playing for high stakes, and Tibor loved it. He pitched underhanded to Eddie, who sent the softball sailing over the garage with a crack of the bat.

“Watch it!” David called as Eddie ran the bases and Josh ran around Con’s Escalade parked nearest the garage. “You’re going to break a window on your uncle’s car! ”

“Don’t worry, Dad!” Alex called. “I’ll tell Ed to aim to the right.”

Eva blew smoke from her Marlboro away from her brothers. Con coughed and waved a hand delicately in front of his face. “Oh come on, Con. Those clubs you go to must get pretty smoky. Don’t tell me you don’t get more second hand smoke from a weekend of bar hopping than you do from me.”

“Will you two stop squabbling?” David intervened. He turned to Con. “Yes, I spent that much on turtle supplies. I’ll thank you not to judge. If you had kids, you’d do the same.”

“You could just buy him a new one if that one croaked.”

“You said that before. I’ll say it again: Eva’s goldfish.”

“Goldy!” Eva cried, tapping her cigarette ash over the railing on the back stoop.

“Oh Eva, get over it,” Con snapped.

“She’s only teasing you,” David said. “Come on, Con, relax. You’re a little uptight today.”

“Yeah, Con.” Eva eyed her brother over the haze of smoke. “Why are you being even more of a jerk today than usual?”

“Shut up.”

“Will you two stop it?” David sighed. “It’s Sunday. Dad brought homemade blackberry wine. Let’s have some before dinner.”

“Dinner should be almost done.” Eva ground out her cigarette butt under the heel of her boot before ducking into the kitchen.

The front doorbell pealed over the crack of the bat and Josh’s yells. David frowned.

“Who could that be?” Con asked

“Maybe one of the boys’ friends,” David said. “Eva? Can you get that?”

“I’m on it!”

David leaned over the railing and smiled as his father pretended to throw the softball to Alex, then threw to Josh instead. Eddie slid into home base, a garbage can lid on the grass. His brothers raised their arms in triumph for him, giving him the thumbs’ up sign.

David smiled. But Con frowned. His eyes narrowed as he watched the boys. “Con, lighten up. Eva just jerks your chain. She’s always liked to tease you. You want some wine?”

“Dad’s homemade hooch? Sure.”

David and Con stepped into the kitchen where the mouth-watering smell of roasting beef wafted through the house.

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