6.59: Interlude – Problems

Harper’s hands were shaking.

She gripped the edge of the bed tightly, willing herself to steady her breathing and slow her racing heart. It almost worked.

“What the hell happened?” Katie’s voice sounded so far away. “Is she okay?” Harper felt her mattress sink slightly as her roommate took a seat by her side.

Ivy shrugged, and muttered a reply that was too quiet for Harper to make out. But she was sure she could already guess what she was telling Katie.

How she’d found Harper, sobbing and inconsolable as one of the guards led her down the hallway.

How she’d offered to escort her the rest of the way to her room.

And how Harper had stayed silent, seemingly ignoring all of the other girl’s worried questions.

Harper appreciated Ivy’s gesture. Whether it was out of genuine kindness or simply repayment for the way she had been looking out for her the past few weeks, Harper was grateful. But it was so difficult to find her voice. She wasn’t even able to manage a simple “thank you”.

“I can take it from here.” Katie spoke again. She placed a hand tentatively on Harper’s shoulder, glancing up at Ivy as she did so. “Thanks for helping her.”

Harper sensed a second, softer touch against her other shoulder then. It felt nice. Warm.

“You know where to find me if you need anything.” This time, she was able to make out Ivy’s soft, musical voice.

“Thanks.” She finally managed in a whisper. Had it even been loud enough for the other girl to hear? Harper couldn’t be certain. But the next thing she knew, the warm touch on her shoulder was gone, and so was Ivy. Everything suddenly felt even emptier than it had before.

“Harper. You’re freaking me out.” Katie’s voice broke the silence. It was rare to hear her sound so serious. She didn’t even call her ‘deaf girl’. “It’s… It’s not the baby, is it? Phoenix… He’s okay?”

She nodded slowly, willing herself to finally speak. “He’s fine. It’s… It’s my Oma. Th-they told me sh-she fell this morning… She h-hit her head…”

“Oh shit.” Katie leaned closer to her, placing a small hand against Harper’s back. “Is she…?”

“They don’t know. Sh-she’s in surgery. Th-they said she m-ight not… Fuck.” Harper buried her face in her hands, unable to go on.

Katie let her cry for a few more minutes before finally speaking again. “I’m so sorry. That really sucks.”

Harper felt a sudden warmth rushing from her chest up to her cheeks. “It ‘sucks’? Seriously?” She narrowed her eyes at the other girl. “This more than just ‘sucks’, Katie! She’s dying! And I never got to tell her I was sorry… I was such a fucking bitch. I didn’t wanna admit I was wrong… And now it’s too late. She’ll never know how much I wish I…” Harper shook her head.

“It’s not too late.” Katie replied seriously. “Talk to the director. He’s not a total ass, you know. You might need a guard to come babysit you… But I bet he’ll let you go see her.”

She shook her head. “I can’t do that.” Harper’s voice was soft.

“What? Why not?”

“I just can’t, okay?!”

“What the hell? I thought you said you want a chance to apologize!”

“I do!” Harper cried. “It’s not her that’s the problem.” She hesitated before continuing. There’s no way she’ll understand… “It’s my Papa.” She said at last. “I just… I can’t see him right now.”

Katie stared at her for a few moments, the confusion apparent in her eyes. “His Mama is dying. You need to see him.”

Harper sighed heavily. “Okay, first off, she’s not his real Mama. She’s his Tante. His real parents already died way back when he was a little kid.”

“So what? From everything you’ve told me, it sounds like she’s his Mama in all the ways that matter.” She shrugged. “You wouldn’t call her your Oma if she wasn’t, would you?”

Harper ignored her. “And secondly, you don’t know my Papa, okay?! You don’t know what he’s like. All he’s gonna do is make me feel even more guilty than I already do. He’s just gonna make it worse. And I can’t deal with that right now!”

Katie’s eyes widened. “You’re joking, right? You can’t be serious, deaf girl.” She shook her head in disbelief. “You’re refusing to be there for your own Papa… Whose Mama is dying… All because he might say something to make you feel bad? Are you seriously that fucking selfish?!”

“Ugh! I knew you wouldn’t understand!” Harper practically spat at her. What right did this bitch have to question her? “Let me spell it out for you, huh? He and I… we don’t get along. At all. I hate my Papa. I hate him!”

To her horror, the other girl laughed. “Are you seriously listening to yourself right now? You’re giving me flashbacks to when we were a couple of whiny brats back at school.”

“What the fuck is your problem, Katie?!” Harper was suddenly on her feet. “Why can’t you stay out of my business?! We’re not friends. You don’t know my Papa, and you don’t know me either! So stop pretending you know better than I do! Don’t give me this stupid lecture about shit you don’t understand!”

“Oh, you’re one to talk!” Katie sneered. “You’re the one who doesn’t understand. I’m sure your parents have done plenty to piss you off. But at least they tried. At least they gave a damn about you!”

For a moment, Harper was almost at a loss for words. What is she talking about?

“My parents never wanted a kid.” Katie continued. “They’ll never say it, but I always knew it was true. They never gave a shit about me. They just kept throwing money at me my whole friggin’ life, thinking that would be enough. But it wasn’t.” Her eyes narrowed. “And year after year, even back when we were little kids, I had to listen to you whine and complain about how ‘annoying’ your parents were, or how much they ‘smothered’ you. I couldn’t believe you were so ungrateful!” Katie’s voice had suddenly grown so much louder. “And yeah, I was a bitch to you for a long time. I was a stupid kid, and I took a lot out on you. I went way too far. And I feel bad for it, okay? I’ve been trying to make it up to you now.”

Woah. Harper had spent so many years wondering what she’d done to make Katie hate her so much. What had she ever done to earn that constant bullying? Now, it seemed she finally had an answer. It wasn’t an answer she fully understood, and definitely not one she was expecting. But it was something.

“Look… I appreciate the explanation.” At last, Harper spoke as she dropped back down onto the bed beside Katie. She actually found herself feeling bad for her. Harper knew all too well what it was like to have difficult parents. “And I’m sorry you had problems with your parents. But… so did I. And I know it’s probably not fair to compare my problems to yours. I get it. They’re just too different. But that doesn’t mean my problems don’t matter too.”

“Yeah, I know. And. I know things aren’t perfect with you and your parents. I’m sure you’ve got plenty of problems… I just wish you understood how friggin’ lucky you are.” Katie continued. ” I’ve been in here for nine months, and in all that time, my parents have come to see me twice... Once on my birthday, and the day after Christmas.”  She paused for a moment, shaking her head. “They stayed for less than half an hour both times. I knew they only came because they felt like they had to. They don’t care about me, Harper… I don’t have anybody.”

Harper was silent for several moments, lost in thought. Was it true? Did she really have no one? Now that she thought of it, she could never recall actually seeing Katie’s parents show up for anything… Not now, at the prison, and not when they were children either. But she did remember a kind-looking older woman Katie would always run up to and hug after every concert or game back when they were at school together.

“Well, what about your Oma?” She asked at last. “I remember seeing her around a lot when we were kids.”

“My nanny.” Katie corrected her. “Alice.” For a moment, she smiled. “Yeah, she was the best. My parents were always away on business, or taking all these stupid trips together without me. But I always had Alice. She used to take care of me, until I was like fourteen or fifteen. That was when my parents decided I could take care of myself… I never saw much of her after that.”

Katie paused for a moment before finally speaking again. “Hey… Remember the story of how I got in here?”

Harper nodded slowly. “You stole a car, at that party…”

“It was a stupid ‘gala’ my Papa’s work was putting on.” Katie explained. “He practically forced me to go… Papa basically ignores me like, ninety percent of the time. But he always loves parading me in front of everybody any chance he gets. Pretending he’s parent of the year or something.” She rolled her eyes. “Anyway, I was bored out of my friggin’ mind, and a pretty tipsy too… My mind was kinda wandering, and I realized I’d missed Alice’s birthday. It was like a week ago, but it totally slipped my mind til then.

I never called her enough anymore, and I felt pretty guilty about it. So I decided why not give it a try? Better late than never, right?” She paused for a moment, almost laughing. “It was the most awkward time to make a phone call, but I was too drunk to care. I just wanted to talk to Alice…”

Harper felt her stomach sink. She didn’t like where this was going.

“Alice’s daughter was the one who answered.” Her voice was serious once more. “Told me she’d had a heart attack two months ago. Died before they even got her to the hospital…”

Katie’s voice was suddenly thick. “But you know what the worst part was? I went to go tell my parents… And they already knew. They’d known for two fucking months that the woman who raised me was DEAD. And they never even cared enough to tell me. ‘It must’ve slipped our minds,’ they said.”

“Holy shit…” Harper’s voice was a whisper. “That’s… terrible.”

“The only person who ever really gave a shit about me was gone. And I just didn’t care anymore… All I knew was I wanted to get back at my parents.” Katie continued. “So I decided to make a big fucking scene. Embarrass them as much as I could. I screamed at my Papa in front of everybody, then went and totaled one of his investor’s cars. It was so stupid. And all I can think of now is how ashamed Alice would have been if she could’ve seen it…” She shook her head slowly.

It was a few moments before Harper was able to find her voice again. Jesus Christ. And I thought MY parents were bad. “Wow… I’m so sorry.” She said lamely. She wasn’t sure what else she could say.

Beside her, Katie almost smiled. “I’m not looking for pity, don’t worry. I just… I want you to understand how lucky you are to have the family that you do. I’m sure they’re not perfect, but I guarantee they’re a hell of a lot better than mine are… And they need you, Harper. I just don’t think you should turn your back on them. Not now.”

Harper took a slow, deep breath as her mind tried to wrap itself around everything that was going on — and everything Katie had told her too. “Look, I just… I dunno right now. Everything’s so fucked up. It’s… a lot to take.” She replied. “I don’t really know what I’m gonna do.”

“I get it.” Katie assured her. “And I’m really sorry I dumped all my shit on you like that. I probably took it too far…” The girl smiled slightly for a moment. “After all these months in here, I think Dr. S is finally starting to get in my head…” Katie’s expression was suddenly serious once more. “Anyway, the point is, I’m really sorry about your Oma. And I really hope you can put all the shit with your Papa aside long enough to go see her. That’s all.”

God, she makes it sound so easy… “I’m not sure if I can…” Harper admitted softly, feeling yet another round of tears beginning to fall. “But thanks.”

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Before you all hurt me for doing this to Joce (I’M SORRY, OKAY?! *sobbing*) I do come bearing some good news? A peace offering?

We will be returning to three updates a week, starting NOW! 🙂 I’m not sure how long I can keep it up, but for the time being, we’ll do three. I’ll go back to two if it gets too much (and let you all know, as always!) The schedule will be the same as when I did three a week before — Weekends and Wednesdays. See you with a new chapter tomorrow! 🙂

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54 thoughts on “6.59: Interlude – Problems

  1. Well, the timing of this chapter and what’s been going on in my life right now is…coincidental. (my grandma is also in the hospital, but she ‘just’ has a broken hip she needs surgery for)

    Still, poor Jossy.

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  2. Noooooo Joce, my darling Joce 😭😭😭 If only I could kick Harper’s spoiled little ass and tell her to get over herself and be with her family any way she can, but looks like Katie took care of that for me already^^

    Oh how the tables have turned. Katie has real insight into her own issues, and those of others, and she seems to be growing a lot. I see tiny, tiny steps of improvement in Harper but then she takes giant leaps backwards sometimes. But I actually do have some faith in her at this point. As awful as it is, losing somebody important to you can often be the wake up call people need.

    And yay for updates 3 times a week! ❤ Make sure to take your time though, if it becomes too much 🙂

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    1. I knowwwww this hurt. I feel like a monster to do this to my baby Joce 😥

      I do think you could be right that this might be an important wakeup call for Harper though. Being faced with the possibility of losing her grandmother has really forced her to open her eyes to all the ways she’s wronged her. Now the next step is for her to finally stop being so selfish and actually try and support her dad during this… :-/

      Katie’s trying her best to help! I love her character. She’s changed a lot from the terrible bully she used to be. I hope she can find a little happiness once she gets out of jail. I think she deserves it. (Harper maybe doesn’t though… 😛 Not yet, at least!)

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  3. Oh Joce….😭😭😭 She is going to be with Mark soon I fear. A silver lining?

    Now on to Harper….Best thing Katie could have said to her: “You’re refusing to be there for your own Papa… Whose Mama is dying… All because he might say something to make you feel bad? Are you seriously that fucking selfish?!” Go Katie…you hit the nail on the head, now if only Harper isn’t too thick headed to listen. I hope she changes her mind before it’s too late.

    Yay for 3 a week!

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    1. Yeah… If the doesn’t pull through, that’s the one good thing 😦 Being with Mark and Luc and her parents again. But… Ugh 😦

      I’m glad you liked that line from Katie! It felt so good to write it hahaha She needed someone to call her out on her shit.

      Now the question is whether or not she’ll actually do anything about it…

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    1. Yeah, sorry! This one was… a lot haha. I think this is kind of a turnign point for Harper… (Maybe for the better? We can hope…)

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  4. Rosebrookar morghulis. All Rosebrooks must die.

    …Don’t mind me, LOL. I know I’m not the only one who’d rather see Harper die than Joce at this point. (In fact, I’ve campaigned for her premature death extensively, as you know well. 😈 All hail Tomato Rosebark as heir!)

    I never got Harper’s whole deal–this whole time she’s been like, wah wah, my parents loved me too much. So what? They didn’t do crack around you or smack you around. Or ignore you completely, like Katie’s parents did. Helicopter parents are a thing, and they’re annoying, but deal with it. “I HATE MY DADDDDDDDD, I CAN’T SEE MY DYING GRANDMA” made me roll my eyes so hard.

    In conclusion, go see Joce???

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    1. LOL Yes, I know very well your desire for Harper’s untimely demise. Sorry for not obliging 😛 Gotta suffer along with all of us!

      Harper is an exceedingly selfish person. She always has been. Her parents smothered and spoiled her when she was very little, fueling that. And then as she got older, she saw their smothering as more them trying to control her and make her be something she wasn’t. The tables totally turned and she started lashing out and demanding they lay off and let her do what she wanted. It’s all about that selfishness and desire to do what she wants and not live by anybody else’s rules. It’s not the way a rational person thinks, but Harper is not a rational person by any means imaginable haha.

      So I guess her ‘deal’ is just that she’s extremely self-centered and demanding that others give her what she wants — and not really physically/monetarily. Emotionally too. And when people don’t give her that, she sees them as the enemy and blames everything that goes wrong in her life on them not loving her enough… or loving her too much. Anything to avoid acknowledging her own faults (of which there are many!)

      Sorry for the novel haha. But all of that has really played into that resentment she still harbors toward her father. And since the two of them were always really close when she was little (even closer than her and Hope), she sees him ‘mistreating her’ as a sort of ultimate betrayal… So her irrational hatred is very much targeted toward him.

      Hopefully the possibility of losing Joce is a good wakeup call for her. She seems to finally be acknowledging some of her mistakes… Toward her grandmother, at least! Next step is seeing the same about her mother and father…

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  5. I call myself Leah in honor of the lady who took care of me. She lived with me and my parents until I was five. As you know my parents were on drugs and Katie’s story really hit home. Drugs meant more to them than I did. I never bullied anyone. In fact, I never hit anyone unless I was defending myself. My new parents are the best and overprotective.

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    1. Yes! The same one she played with when she was a toddler. Good eye 😉 She has a secret sentimental side that wants to hold on to the innocence of those days 😦

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  6. Whew! I know I’ve been a silent reader for a while now, but THIS one got to me! Poor Joce, I’m gonna miss her so much but she’ll be with her bro and mark again wwhen she goes, so she won’t be alone! Kind of gives me flashbacks to the end of D2D right now, and I’m gettin all choked up 😭 also, Katie, wow! I think I would’ve said the same shit to Harper if I was in her place, maybe gotten loud and stuff, but would’ve settled down and just told her to get her shit together and GO SEE HER OMA before it’s too late. She’d really regret it if she didn’t, and would probably live with that regret for a long time, just like joce and her bro, except… worse. Also, when this started out, i got really worried about pheonix too, i was like aaaAAA SOMETHING HAPPENED TO THE BABY,, and then I realized it was Joce and it was WORSE.

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    1. Yeah this was such a hard one! 😭😭😭 I hope Harper gets it together and goes to see Joce. She has to suck it up!!!!

      Sorry for the scare about Phoenix! I’m cruel, but not THAT cruel 😉

      Thanks so much for reading ❤️ And never worry about being a silent reader. It’s appreciated all the same!!! ❤️❤️

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  7. Poor Zayne… his adopted mother is dying, which is probably digging into all sorts of old wounds, his son taken before his time and his daughter is in jail… Nothing prepares you for burying a parent. And here he is about to do it for the second time. 😢 I don’t think people give enough credit to just how strong Zayne’s mantle is, just one of those losses could have broken someone, let alone all three. He’s still one of my favorite characters.

    Why does Harper hate him so much? Does she even know or questioned it? Okay, he was helicopter parent, the two argued about her less than stellar life choice. But didn’t he still employ her when she need a job? Isn’t he taking of her kid?! So why so much hate? Why is it only directed at him?

    👏👏👏👏 FINALLY! Thank you, Katie! For saying what we’ve all been saying! And I couldn’t believe how receptive Harper was. She actually listened to what someone else had to say?! Katie got lucky and caught her at a weak moment. lolz! I hope she listens and it’s nice to see that Harper realizes that she something to apologize for. But she’s so out of practice, I wonder how well that conversation would go.

    p.s. When Harper yelled at Katie for pretending to know better than she did. I laughed. Really hard. All I kept thinking was: “Girl, everyone in this entire legacy, including the dog, know better than you!” lolz!

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    1. LOL that quote about even Tomato knowing better was great 😂

      I love that Zayne is one of your favorites! He’s one of mine too. He was a stubborn, jealous jerk when he was younger, but I always loved him. He’s definitely been through a lot in his life… and now this 😦

      In answer to why Harper hates him, I kind if touched on that in my reply to LadyLobster earlier on the comments (please forgive my utter laziness 😂 I’m on my phone and it would be difficult to type out again! But I hope it helps shed a little light)

      Katie definitely caught her at a very weak moment! The fear of losing Joce has hit Harper HARD, and maybe is starting to tear down some of those walls she loves putting up…

      Thank you for reading ❤️❤️❤️

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  8. Harper, get your butt over to that hospital and visit your Oma! She needs you, and your parents need you. Be a grown up and put your issues away for the time being. I know it’s difficult, but sometimes you have to do what is best for all of you and not what you think is the easiest. You will regret it for the rest of your life if you don’t go see her.

    It’s hard to really feel bad for Harper when she’s acting so selfish. But i am glad to hear she feels guilty for the stuff she’s done. She needs to show to her parents and her Oma that she is sorry for her actions. With her difficulties with her parents, it can be very hard to tell them, but she could tell her Oma, if she could get a moment alone with her, without her parents.

    Joce is really old now. If she hit her head, and she’s having surgery, i’m guessing anything could happen, even if she makes it. If she’s gonna be in pain, or not knowing where she is or who she is, maybe it’s best for her if she just had her peace. I don’t want her to die ofc, but maybe it’s for the best so she’s not gonna be in any kind of pain?

    It was surprising that Katie was so nice and caring to Harper. And getting the explanation helped a lot in understanding her as a kid.

    Looking forward to tomorrow’s chapter ❤

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    1. Glad you’re excited about tomorrow! 🙂

      I hope Harper gets that chance to say she’s sorry to joce too. But like you said, even if she pulls through, who knows what will happen afterwards 😦 It’s so sad. Maybe this can be the wake up call Harper needs?

      Thank you for reading, as always! 🙂

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  9. My god Harper, if you don’t go visit your f**king Oma…I’ll stab you. I’ll hire someone to stab you. Her dying words will probably rock your world and be the catalyst you need to stop being a selfish wench. How is Katie the logical one?! KATIEEEEEEEEEEEE!!! I stabbed my keyboard many times to produce that many E’s! 😛 Fo shizzle though, if you don’t visit Oma, you’ll regret it forever. I know you aren’t a real person, but when my Grams fell and was in the hospital a couple years ago I waited in the hospital room with her the moment they brought her in until the moment she passed. It’s important to be there for people, even if they can’t talk to you. DO THE RIGHT THING HARPER!

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    1. Uh oh, you might have to order an official prison shanking 😂

      I’m very sorry about your grandmother 😦 And I hope Harper finds the strength to be there for hers like you were for yours ❤️

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  10. I had to cry over the loss of my own grandmothers after reading this.

    Katie might just be my new favorite character at the moment. Harper needs a wake-up call and she needs one desperately. I’m hoping that at least did something.

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    1. Hugs to you ❤ I've lost both of my grandmothers too. It's so sad 😦

      I'm glad you like Katie! I do too. Hopefully something she said can actually get through to Harper… :-/

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  11. OMG Joce nooooo! 😥

    I’ve never really commented but I’ve been reading this legacy for a while (and went to read the original one) and Joce is, without a doubt, my favorite character so far ❤

    Katie story, wow, wasn't expecting it! You're such a great writer, keep up the good work 😀

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  12. Poor Joce :(. I feel so bad for her since she’s been around since Gen. 3. Such a tragedy if she dies.
    I feel bad for Katie now, more than I feel bad for Harper. It must suck to grow up living a life like that. Now all the past stuff makes sense and is sorta forgiven.
    WOO!!!!! 3 CHAPTERS!!!!! This is probably one of my top moments in life.
    Sad, but still good, chapter.

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    1. I’m so glad that having 3 A2A chapters a week has helped make your life hehehehe

      I feel for her too 😦 She’s probably the most tragic character I’ve ever had. I’m evil 😥

      And yeah, there was a lot going on beneath Katie’s bitchy surface. Who knew??

      Thank you for reading, as always ❤

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  13. Katie!!!! My new favorite A2A character! I want to KISS her!!! ❤

    “You’re refusing to be there for your own Papa… Whose Mama is dying… All because he might say something to make you feel bad? Are you seriously that fucking selfish?!”

    OMG…RIGHT???? Gurl…you said it. Harper is FUCKING SELFISH! To the core. So much so, she can't even deal with looking at herself in the mirror for one minute. I mean, how else would she EVER steal from her Oma instead of putting her bf in rehab for the money…naw…she's way more selfish than the bratty Katie ever could dream of being.

    And here we have the poor little rich girl scenario. I just love it, though. It's a great twist that I didn't see coming and I really feel like I "get" Katie more and her reasons for being jealous and fed up with Harper as a kid.

    Great chapter!

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    1. I’m glad you liked this one so much Pammie 🙂 Thanks!

      And yes, Katie dealt some HARSH TRUTHS. And for once, Harper was kinda-sorta willing to listen 😮 I think the fear of losing Joce gave her a harsh dose of reality. She’s finally ever-so-slightly starting to realize that maybe she’s actually to blame for some of the shit in her life. Go Katie!

      Thanks again, Pammie!

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  14. Finalllllyyyy! I’m glad Harper is starting to realzie the world isn’t full of 100% happy people that just ”don’t get it”…Listening to someone that is in a worse situation that you always makes you feel grateful, and that’s what is going to make Harper start to change for the best. Ops, I forgot to coment one thing…JOCEEE WHYYYYYYYYYY WHYYYYY YOU ARE TO OLD TO DIEEEEEEE! I hope Harper begin’s to see everything isn’t all about you, or at least ghost Joce comes, and with a soft voice say’s: ”EVERYTHING ISN’T ABOUT YOU HARPER!”

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    1. Ah, now that is a message she definitely needs to hear! She’s so self-centered!

      But yes, this potential tragedy did finally give Harper a little more perspective… especially hearing Katie’s story! Let’s hope she takes it to heart…

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  15. “Before you all hurt me for doing this to Joce (I’M SORRY, OKAY?! *sobbing*) I do come bearing some good news? A peace offering?”
    Nope, I’m coming for you. DX Joce better freaking make it or I swear!! XD Harper needs to get closure!!
    Also, love the bonding between these two, but Joce better be okay!!!

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  16. JOCE?!?! I know you’ve just apologized at the end, but what the hell?

    I’m glad Katie is becoming more friend than enemy. Lord knows Harper needs someone she’ll actually listen to, and it wasn’t going to be anyone in her life up to this point.

    I hope she goes to see Joce.

    Hey, I just had a thought. Where are Rylie and Devin? If I were them, I’d be expecting that Harper wouldn’t want anything to do with us after we outed her stealing to the family, but still, I miss them.

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