I was sitting in the living room of the House in Patriot. My father and my mother were sitting in the kitchen. Birdie walked in to visit. She sat near me and began explaining that she had just that very day married Rick. But from the way she talked, I inferred that she still wanted to continue seeing me.
Birdie and I had once been married and then had divorced; I was now curious to know whether she had been seeing Rick while she and I had been married. I asked her about it and she confessed that even the day that she and I had married, she had talked with Rick. He had come to our new home and stayed for a while that day. She didn't admit it, but obviously she had been seeing Rick all the time we had been married. Now she was apparently planning to again do the same thing by seeing me while she was married to Rick.
That infuriated me. I spoke scornfully to her and I indicated I wasn't going to have anything to do with her. I argued bitterly with her. But since my father and my mother could hear us and I didn't want them to know what I was saying, I suggested that she and I go into the front room. We went there and I continued my caustic tirade against her. I made it clear I didn't want to see her any more; I simply wanted her to leave. She cried quite a bit during our talk.
I told her I was leaving and she cautioned me not to go to Rick. She said he knew karate and might hurt me. I assured her I had no intention of going to see Rick; that was the last thing I wanted to do. I said I was going to the grocery store and I left.
I went to the grocery store and encountered Louise. We walked together into a restaurant in front of the store and sat down at a table. I spoke to Louise about Birdie and I said, "There's a possibility that she might follow me here."
We waited a while; finally Birdie entered the grocery store, got a shopping cart and began pushing it. I pointed Birdie out to Louise, who had never seen Birdie before. Birdie looked quite attractive, even though she was now about 30 years old. Actually, she was probably prettier than Louise.
Birdie noticed us, walked over to our table and spoke with Louise. By now I had calmed down and I simply wanted Birdie to understand that although I didn't feel any animosity toward her, I didn't want to see her anymore. I just wanted her to go to Rick and hopefully lead a happy life with him.
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