I awoke the अगला morning feeling a bit groggy from a restless night's sleep. As I remembered what I was going to attempt to do today, I couldn't help but smile to myself. I was excited at the chance of a taste of freedom, but at the same time I was nervous because of the likelihood that I would be caught. I had only a moment to dwell on it, however, because no sooner had I rubbed the sleep from my eyes when Anna and Samantha entered my chamber.
"Good morning, Princess," they both greeted me in sing-song voices, causing my smile to disappear. Anna and Samantha both knew I loathed it when...
"Miss Williams?" my chambermaid, Kay, called through my closed door.
"Yes, Kay," I answered in irritation. I had been deep in thought, enjoying a peaceful moment to myself, when she interrupted.
"Your mother wishes आप to शामिल होइए her in the receiving room," Kay stated solemnly, and I could tell द्वारा the tone of her voice that I would not be pleased with the upcoming conversation.
"Alright. Thank you, Kay," I replied with a heavy sigh as I heard Kay retreat back down the hallway. I rose to my feet, walked out the door and made my way towards the room where I knew my mother, Charlotte, was waiting. Don't...
"So you're a believer then?" The white-coated doctor asked, reffering to the silver पार करना, क्रॉस hanging on her necklace.
She instinctivly reached up to touch it, and she nodded. "I used to be." Her empty, hopeless eyes darted away from their fizex spot towards the window for the first time since her entrance, to his face. "But I gave up on him some time ago."
"You can't blame God for what's happened to you, Hayley." He chidded in a much dissapointed tone.
"Can I go now?"
Growing up, hospitals were my biggest fear. Ever since the time I was 5 years old, and I had to go in every single दिन to visit...