Tucker Cummings

Chapter 326: Bricks in the Wall

In Uncategorized on November 22, 2011 at 8:22 am

My heart is roaring, but my cheeks are dry as bones.

“Margery. You should know that she cared for you very much. She deeply regretted how she acted the last time you were together. She always…you were very important to her.”

“I know,” I choke out, then bite the inside of my cheek to regain my composure.

“I tried so hard to save her. I kept bugging her to come in for her annual physical, but she always dodged me. And with the war, I knew where her priorities were.”

“It’s not your fault, Doc. None of us were to blame.”

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