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Lilys eyes slowly fluttered open She glanced at the alarm clock which said 1139 am Getting out of bed walking slowly down the carpeted stairs which tickled her tired feet a little and rubbing the sleep out of her eyes Lily went to the door When she opened it nobody was there She could feel the morning breeze lightly dancing on her face and the bright sun stinging her eyes She started back up the soft stairs now comfortable to her feet thinking she could have just been hearing things after all she was still hazy from waking up She reached the top when there was a loud knock at the back door She definitely heard this one She ran down the stairs and not even 30 seconds later flung open the door and no one was there By now she was annoyed Lily went up the stairs again and checked in her moms room but she wasnt there She looked in her sisters room but she wasnt there either Lily wondered what day it was and realized it was Saturday That means that there is no work for her mother and no school for her sister so she wondered where they were Lily wandered down the same flight of stairs and looked in the garage and saw that her mothers car was there She was a little confused now but she went into the kitchen and put on a pot of coffee As it brewed she dialed her best friend Mikes cell phone because it was always onHello a male raspy voice answeredHey How is everything since yesterdayThis question triggered Lilys remembrance of yesterday It was early afternoon and Lily came home for lunch She never does this but on this particular day she forgot something and decided to come home to retrieve it Her father was home and was in the kitchen She said hello but he didnt respond She went up to
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