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I’m sorry. ” I was speechless. ” And got up. I listened to her steps on the hardwood floor as she creaked up the stairs. I stayed behind, pushed myself off the floor and walked over to the window, a very confused man staring at summer grass, the breeze through the leaves, wondering what I had done. Drunk with love, had I promised Frances she could have our house? Why would I? The romantic in me would brush aside even the idea of ever parting. I would have painted her an oath of devotion in the rawest of words rather than consider life without her.
I’ll stand right here and watch you do it. I’ll have another job in ten minutes at a place just as nice as this one. ” Octavia took a sip of water. Blinked. Then looked up, lips in what maybe only I knew was a smile. A dangerous smile. ” Harriet started with something sharp, but Octavia bulldozed her. “Nor Duluth. Nor Rochester. Nor St. Cloud. ” The bluster faded, the tattooed cook crossing her arms, fighting to keep her face blank. “That’s right. I’m not just rich. ” What was she doing? I was growing uncomfortable.
I watched them pull away, thinking that after a couple of attempts to make me cave, I wouldn’t hear from Octavia again for a while. She would go on being spiteful and snobbish until such a time that she wanted to amuse herself with my company again. My selflessness, conscience, kindness, whatever it was that made me human, were all toys for her. She marveled at me like I was from some sort of ancient rain forest culture. Thinking of that versus my problems with Frances, divorce somehow seemed the more relaxing choice.