SHORT EXCERPT from Date #3:
Scott stared across the table at me. His eyes were concentrating fiercely. He must have approved, because then he smiled for the first time. A thin, satisfied smile. No teeth showing.
“Let’s get right to it then, shall we?” he said. I watched as he pulled a sheet of paper from the inside pocket of his jacket. He carefully unfolded it. Then he took out a pen.
He read from the sheet in front of him. “The company may decide to move me to New York. Would you be willing to move to another city with me?” His eyes lifted to meet mine.
I gulped. “Is that a check-list?”
“Yes.” He said apologetically. “I know. How embarrassing to use paper. But Mom doesn’t trust computers.”
Mom? His mom wrote a checklist?
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