Tuesday, January 15, 2008

post b week seven

I know that times were hard and that you felt you had no choice. But, there were other ways you could handle this. You didn't have to kill yourself. I think you made a terrible choice. I know that if you got caught you would go to jail and if you ran you would have to move far away. But you could have worked something out besides this. Think of what you left behind. Two daughters and grandchildren. And an ex-husband who loves you and is there for you whenever you need it. I think you should have rethought that decision and should not have gone through with that. And, evenso, you didn't even kill yourself in your own house. How can you do that. think of Mrs. Leverton. What happened to her? She died. And you killed yourself in her house. How can you even think about doing that? Helen you made a bad choice and now your family has to live with the decision you made all by yourself.

Post A week seven

deranged page 235:to disturb the condition, action, or function of.

obscured page 275:not clear to the understanding; hard to perceive: obscure motivations.

Theme: it's not over, til it's over.

Wednesday, January 9, 2008

Post B week six

The police start question Helen and Jake and they ask them questions about who or why or what went into Clair's house. After the questions are answered Helen and Jake go home. After that Sarah comes into town and Helen goes to pick her up. After Helen tells her what happened and why things are they way they are, They go to a diner. This section is mostly about Helen and Jake talking. They recap on whats happened recently in their lives. They have been divorced for a long time and were married for over twenty years. They haven't seen each other in over three, and Helen calls Jake to tell her what she has done. Helen and Jake talk for a long time together and thn thats when Helen leaves. I think Helen and Jake should get back together. They seem perfect for eachother, like the can share a special connection of what the other is thinking or doing. They know alot about eachother and can already predict eachothers moves so they know what is going to happen and how you can fix it.

Post A week six

fib page203: a small or trivial lie; minor falsehood.

parchment page 210: the skin of sheep, goats, etc., prepared for use as a material on which to write.

Everyone has a little dirty laundry.