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  • With a deep breath, then an exhale, I stepped out of the house. It was sunny, but the air was cold and I was grateful for the coat I was putting on. I wore a white gown that stopped above my knees and a pair of white heels and a black-colored coat that was just as long as the gown I was putting on. My makeup was heavy but the shade I was putting on did well to hide this. Then I packed my hair into an updo and wore jewelry and a matching bag.
  • Lots of guards were outside, of course, and a car was ready for me. Jasmine was right beside me, and she was doing her job. Listing the names of people who I had specially invited and the names of the artists whose art would also be exhibited. I was partly listening to her as she spoke and partly thinking about my mother-in-law and my father-in-law, whom I had spoken to earlier. I was about to step into the car that had the doors wide and open for me when my eyes caught sight of something sparkling and shining. I stopped in my tracks and turned to the eye-blinding vehicle that glistened and sparkled in the sun. My eyes widened and my heart caught in my chest at the sight of a white Mercedes Benz G500 with balloons all over it. Lots of guards were standing around it as well, and the door was wide open too, like they were waiting for me to pick up that call. The only problem was, it was the first time I was seeing that car. I had not even seen it while I was stepping out of the house because my eyes were simply set on the other car and the direction of where I was going. Not to add that it was further away from sight.
  • I started towards the gigantic car, and only one person popped into my thoughts. My husband. My heart skipped again, and it started racing inside my chest. I prayed it to be him; I had not heard from him for a long time, and I was losing my mind as it was.
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