28: Break Up


Throughout the drive, no words were uttered between us. It pained me to see how bad things had gotten.

To be quite fair, I am mostly to blame. I kept my gaze on the street as he glared straight ahead. I am sure the cab driver caught onto the tension.

No one seemed to be in a hurry to say anything, especially me. I feared the talk because I didn't know if I was ready to admit to my insecurities. When he got to his hotel, he swiped his key card and held the door for me like the gentleman he is.

I looked around the room and I noticed his duffle bag on the couch. Means he hasn't unpacked yet, which means he won't be staying long. I turned to face him, and he was there holding two glasses of water. I gulped mine as dread kicked in.

I had barely put down the glass when he spoke up,


The pain behind his words tore through my heart. For a moment, I wished I could rewind time and talk to him sooner.

Maybe I could have saved both of us unnecessary hurt, but I didn't. So now I hav
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