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Did Scott call too? ' 'Yes, Scott called and he sounds like a real nice sort of husband. Very concerned about you. Lucy, stop denying it. ' In the street lights I see a few flakes of snow are falling. 'I'll soon know. ' Jim is impatient. He waves his short arms at cabs which already have passengers. He stamps his feet when there is a pause in the traffic. Then the lights change and a line of cars bounds up like a fierce, too-big dog. A tow truck passes so close that it seems to breathe on me. 'Hey,' says Jim, taking my arm protectively.
Excuse me,' I say, turning to Gregory and back to Kent. ' I make no attempt to hide my irritation. ' From Fatima's face it's easy to see this is no negotiating ploy and Kent nods at me. ' The Hifelds nod, George too vigorously. Everyone watches me leave, Kent most intently. I give an apologetic shrug as I edge out of the door. In the hallway I look at Fatima for an explanation but she says: 'Can you go into Jim's office? ' She looks away from me. 'I don't know what it's about. Jim's waiting for you.
Right now it feels like a ploy to get me back to California, back to my past. 'I do too. ' He's never been to my apartment before. When I unlock the door he lingers by it, blinking. 'I don't believe you're really this tidy,' he says. 'No one is. ' 'I'm not letting you get on a plane unless someone's meeting you off it. ' I sigh. ' he asks, handing me the phone. ' 'Just let them take care of you. ' Jane has always taken care of me. She was my doctor long before she was anyone else's. When I was a kid I had the kind of ill-health which needed managing and it was my big sister who managed it.