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She was late. Her alarm clock had failed to go off again and she was late. This was the second time this week and it was only Wednesday. Jess leapt out of bed and headed for the shower. By the time she was ready to leave she was already 10 minutes late

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Blanked She was late. Her alarm clock had failed to go off again and she was late. This was the second time this week and it was only Wednesday. Jess leapt out of bed and headed for the shower. By the time she was ready to leave she was already 10 minutes late for work. Her car was in for it's MOT and she had to make use of her bike. She began to peddle furiously to make up for lost time. She just reached the top of the hill, which upon she lived; she relaxed and let the bike begin to roll. No effort was needed for this part of the journey so she switched off. Generally daydreaming about nothing and thinking of the day ahead Jess heard a screeching sound. Just as she turned he head to look she saw the oncoming car coming straight out of one the turnings towards her. BANG! The car could not stop in time. Her body was shot feet into the air, the bike shot off across the road and she came down with an almighty thud to the unforgiving concrete road. ...read more.

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He will come running back when he's ready. Whenever her and Jimmy had an argument she would ring Rach, she always knew what to say. She slumped onto the couch, and began to dial. "Hello" sang Rach, "Hi Rach, it's me, Jimmy and I have had another argument and he just stormed out on me can you believe that!" "Hello" Rach chirped again, "Hello?" then just a dial tone. Cor, what is it with phones today thought Jess. Silly piece of old junk though really her home phone, she had meaning to get a new one for months this one was always on the blink. She was getting flash backs of the accident now. They came in short bursts and then would disappear. She had to get out she thought. This was doing her no good. She opened the front door and began to think about taking a stroll round to the corner shop. It was only ten minutes away and she was running low on Benson's, so she began to walk. She lit up her last cigarette and started to think about the accident again. ...read more.

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He collected he portable phone and walked back into the kitchen. "It doesn't work" Jess yelled back "I tried to call Rach earlier and its on the blink again". Still no reply or acknowledgement from Jimmy. This was getting ridiculous she thought. All this over a silly argument. Well she had had enough with being blanked she stormed into the kitchen. "Look Jimmy" she started "You can't just blank me forever over this...talk to me this is ridiculo..." she stopped mid sentence. She managed to catch what Jimmy was saying on the phone, she had heard him ask her mother. She looked over at Rach. She was gazing at Jimmy as if she hung of his every word, with her tissue held up to her eyes. "Hello June" Jimmy said, " I just don't know what to do June, she's gone she's really dead" he began to sob "I no and I didn't even get the chance to say I loved her, the last words we spoke were arguing last night, I just want Jess back" It then dawned upon Jess, all the things that had been going on all day. Jimmy not talking when he entered the flat, no answers on the phone and the woman in the park, she wasn't being blanked ..she was dead. ?? ?? ?? ?? ...read more.

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