By Kathy Carmichael
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Nancy suffered panic attacks. If the door wasn’t open in the classroom, she’d feel the walls closing in. If the walkways between buildings got too crowded, she’d break out in a sweat and her eyes would dart back and forth as she looked for a place to hide. While I sympathized with her, I never empathized. Until now. Panic kept me rooted to the mat inside my front door for I don’t know how long. I needed to leave, but I couldn’t get my body to obey my thoughts. Just open the door. Perspiration trickled along my hairline.
I’d awoken late after having stayed up to deliver the blackmail note, which I’d sealed in a manila envelope. Around three in the morning, I’d dressed all in black and, feeling like a thief, sprinted the short distance to the trash can, deposited the note, then hightailed it back home to bed, hoping Brad would never learn I’d been there. When I awoke late the next morning, I only felt a little groggy from lack of sleep as I got to work. Comfy clothes are a must when you’re tied to a computer. An Internet search for Gayla Mullen turned up nothing, but Sue Ann had sent me an e-mail, promising to do what she could to locate her.
He meant well, even though he treated me like a schoolgirl. I needed to start taking care of myself, but I didn’t want to start an argument with him, especially not with an audience. After quickly changing my clothes and brushing my teeth, I emerged from the bedroom to find Jerome overseeing the locksmiths’ efforts. “I’m going to make some tea. ” I asked politely, but they just shook their heads and continued dismantling my front door lock. Even though it was hard work, the not-so-tall man’s smile remained intact.
Diary of a Confessions Queen by Kathy Carmichael