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By Janet Gurtler

Morgan isn t extremely joyful to take a summer season task on the neighborhood enjoyment park. Her large sizzling supervisor, Caleb makes it bearable, though...until she will get fired. See, this can be precisely why she prefers to stick domestic and hang around on-line. on-line, nobody ever has to determine her blush or fight to assert simply definitely the right factor. whilst Morgan s mother will get in poor health, and confesses in a second of weak point that Morgan s dad isn't really truly lifeless, Morgan needs to locate the braveness to discover existence outdoor the digital international and move after her father. She catches a trip from Caleb, the boy who lately fired her from her task and who seems to be an not going best friend. What Morgan discovers forces her to re-examine who she quite is and the way she chooses to narrate to the area.

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There’s so much in my head, and I can’t process any of it right now. “Take care of my mom,” I whisper. I’m not sure who I’m talking to, but I think it might be God again. I hope He still listens, even if we haven’t talked this much in forever. The old man sighs in his sleep and then farts loudly again. I roll my eyes at him and leave the room. Josh is still standing in the hallway, staring off where Mom disappeared to. He calls my name, but I ignore him and keep going. I walk until I’m outside and then march straight to a cab waiting by the hospital exit.

A customer walks in the store then, an old woman wearing a layered dress and an orange cardigan. Adam grabs my hand as I come around the counter and pulls me along, out of the gift shop. “I’ll get you there as fast as I can. You got this, Morgan. indd 52 12/17/13 2:26 PM chapter five T he elevator door opens and I stride through the now-­familiar hospital corridor toward my mom’s room. Josh is standing outside in the hallway, stroking his mustache between two fingers. “You made it here fast,” he says.

But hurry up,” she says and stares at me for a moment and then leaves. Adam walks to the front of the cash counter. He leans forward on his elbows, watching me. I grab a cloth and start wiping things down and glance at the clock. Ten minutes until the park opens. I want my phone now. ” he asks. I glance over my shoulder, frowning. ” I turn my body away and wipe a counter I’ve already wiped. ” “I mean do you have a college you’re dying to get into? Or are you going to go to take a year off and travel?

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