They sat next to each other on the train, still pretending to be strangers.

Alice Writes

They sat next to each other on the train, still pretending to be strangers. He must remember her, she hadn’t changed that much in two years. Why was this so awkward, why hadn’t he acknowledged her?

Gemma recalled Sarah telling her about the break up with Lindsay years ago. She’d going round for an overdue catch up and bottle of wine, to be left with the TV for almost an hour while Sarah consoled her sister.  She couldn’t claim to be surprised about it, she wondered more that the relationship had lasted four years. Lindsay was a sweet girl; pretty, clever and fun. Gemma didn’t know her well, they only met a handful of times, but recognised her as the type that likes to be in a relationship and yearns to settle down. Her younger sister already had a husband and a house, there was definitely some competition. David on the other hand was…

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