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Author:Sarah Painter [Painter, Sarah]

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Published: 2016-03-31T23:00:00+00:00

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In the Light of What We See by Sarah Painter

No matter how pleased I’d been to see Pat, I was still furious with Mark. I tried to calm myself down by flicking through the hospital book, looking at black-and-white images from the past as if they could give me some perspective. I was also hoping to see my ghostly nurse. There was a shot from some kind of event, with a field and runners. I looked for my nurse, but the quality of the reproduction wasn’t good enough for me to see the faces properly. For a while I convinced myself that I recognised her amongst the cheering crowd, but I knew that I was kidding myself. The caption under the picture read: ‘Nurses take part in sports day fun’. Instead of feeling calmed, I felt a new surge of energy. Angry energy. Something about those carefree figures, running full pelt, the material of their uniforms flapping, made me think of a flock of birds rising into the sky. My resentment towards Mark solidified and I imagined, just for a moment, that I could leave him. Have a fresh start.

When he arrived after work, I didn’t waste any time. ‘What the fucking hell?’

‘What?’ He put down his newspaper and coat on the end of my bed.

 

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Author:Sarah Painter [Painter, Sarah] , Date: June 8, 2019

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Author:Sarah Painter [Painter, Sarah]

Language: eng

Format: epub

Tags: Contemporary, Fiction, Historical, Mystery, Thriller

ISBN: 9781477849965

Google: Ms0_jgEACAAJ

Amazon: 1477849963

Publisher: Amazon Publishing

Published: 2016-03-31T23:00:00+00:00
No matter how pleased I’d been to see Pat, I was still furious with Mark. I tried to calm myself down by flicking through the hospital book, looking at black-and-white images from the past as if they could give me some perspective. I was also hoping to see my ghostly nurse. There was a shot from some kind of event, with a field and runners. I looked for my nurse, but the quality of the reproduction wasn’t good enough for me to see the faces properly. For a while I convinced myself that I recognised her amongst the cheering crowd, but I knew that I was kidding myself. The caption under the picture read: ‘Nurses take part in sports day fun’. Instead of feeling calmed, I felt a new surge of energy. Angry energy. Something about those carefree figures, running full pelt, the material of their uniforms flapping, made me think of a flock of birds rising into the sky. My resentment towards Mark solidified and I imagined, just for a moment, that I could leave him. Have a fresh start.

When he arrived after work, I didn’t waste any time. ‘What the fucking hell?’

‘What?’ He put down his newspaper and coat on the end of my bed.

‘You called Pat. She was here.’ I waved my hands to indicate the ward. ‘Here.’

‘Of course I called your family. Why is that so terrible?’

‘I don’t—’ I broke off, unable to continue. He’d made me speechless. I didn’t think that was possible. Ger had always said that I talked in my sleep, that not even being unconscious could shut me up.

‘Oh,’ Mark said, drawing out the word as if comprehension was dawning upon him. ‘You don’t remember?’

‘Remember what?’ I was so bloody sick of playing that particular game. The ‘what the fuck is going on’ game. The ‘big holes in my mind’ game.

‘Christmas? You went down to visit and when you came back you said you’d promised to keep in touch more.’ A smug, sanctimonious expression took over his face. ‘I promised to help you honour that. We were going to visit together next time.’

‘I said we were going to Wales? Together?’ Everything about that statement was wrong, I knew it. I knew it in a deep, true part of me. At that moment, Mark was a stranger. His face morphed into a robot face. An imposter. I could feel my heart racing, my breathing coming in shallow gasps.

He patted my hand. ‘I know this might be a bit of a shock, but it’s a good thing. You’ve been unhappy about your family for as long as I’ve known you.’

Unhappy. That wasn’t right. The feelings I had about my family were too complex to slap a neat little label like ‘unhappy’ on the front. It was like labelling a war ‘unfortunate’.

‘Take some deep breaths, you’re going to make yourself sick.’

That snapped me out of it. I really didn’t want to throw up. Just the idea of it made my head pound. I forced slower breaths.

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