She was sitting in her seat quietly minding her own business, consumed in her own grief as she winged her way towards New York. Her heart was in pieces as she thought of her dear sister. She had been so brave and fought for so long, battling her cancer to the very end. However, there was nothing more that could be done and she finally succumbed slipping silently out of her life forever. She regretted not being by her sister’s side in those final hours, not being there to give her comfort.
He pulled his car up outside the video store and parked. He looked at it for a while as he sat there. It was small out of the way, not one of those big chains. Maybe he could get in and out with little trouble. Of course he didn’t have a membership and if they asked for his ID he’d be found out. What are the odds the girl behind the counter wouldn’t recognize him? He had his long black hair pulled back into a ponytail and a baseball cap on to shadow his face.