By James Scott Bell
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How will I ever tell Mom? She hadn’t, for many years. When her mother would call to check up on her, she’d always manage to ask her daughter about her church attendance. Millie could anticipate the question coming, and formed several clever ways to steer the conversation elsewhere. Finally, after she had been a judge for a year, she could not hide the fact from her mother any longer. It was the most difficult conversation of Millie’s life. Sitting in the living room of her childhood home, where she had once sung Sunday school songs her mother had taught her, she told her mother she had developed another sort of faith—in humanity, in principles of justice.
James Scott Bell 44 When she miscarried two weeks later, she wondered if it was a punishment from God. Well then, so be it. She would make it up to him one day. That day came when Charlene read in the paper about a local sixteen-year-old girl who had tried to commit suicide. Twice. The first time it was with a razor to her wrists. The second was an attempt to jump off a bridge into a rocky gorge. This girl, Sarah Mae Sherman, had been pulled back by a Christian minister right before she jumped.
What would she tell him? Headache? He wouldn’t believe her, but that was not important. She could not go through with this. It was, aside from everything else, silly. She was too old for dating. Besides, she had David McCullough’s John Adams biography waiting for her, and that would be enough. Books had always been enough. She picked up the phone and started to dial. Then she heard the doorbell. ” He sat facing Millie in the back of the limousine. She was on the side, near the wet bar, castigating herself for being so transparent.
Deadlock by James Scott Bell