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It was around two oclock when she reached her sisters home The heat was nearly unbearable and the crusted earth crunched under Beths feet She was met at the door by a gasp of surprise and a welcoming embrace The two sisters radiated with excitement in seeing each other and eventually made theyre way to the back porch over looking a rocky canyon It has been so long since we have talked exclaimed Ann How were your travels with Richard So much has happened since then its hard to know where to begin Beth said You look as though you want to cry Beth Is there something wrong A single tear dropped silently onto Beths blue jeans She had meant to hold out longer before confessing her terrible secret to Ann Could she understand or accept the decision she had made and be able to forgive her She had come to her sister for support and hoped Ann could sympathize with her feelings Beth felt the only way to approach this was to be right up front about it I was pregnant while traveling with Richard in India she began slowly He felt the pregnancy would get in the way of our relationship and the way things were going between us I didnt feel right about aborting the pregnancy but I didnt want to loose Richard either Two weeks after the operation I find out Richard had been sleeping with other women and I decide to confront him about it He denied the whole thing and stormed out of the hotel room that night The next morning I woke to find Richard had not returned and his luggage was missing The desk manager told me he left early that morning with an Italian woman Ann I dont know what Im going to do Ann sat looking astonished at her morose sister across the room with hands clasped not knowing what to say
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