When Jim met Susan

A story written in non-sequesters


No I’ll have my steak medium rare.

Does he know the truth. Have you told him?

I walked in 20 minutes late but no one seemed to notice.

I only turned my eyes for a second and the next thing I knew I was an ambulance.

Check please!

It’s not that funny?

What if they find out?

How far did you say this place was?

He knew what he was doing.

She hung up the phone unsure of the conversation that took place.

Just ask her. What do you have to lose?

The meeting is at 9 am sharp, tomorrow.

Honey, where are my keys?

I can’t believe he’s gone.

No Jim, I’m going to be busy Friday. Can we do a raincheck?

Any other questions?

You don’t believe who I saw Susan with last night.

Are you sure you don’t need a taxi?

How could you do this to me, to us? You son of a bitch?

Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

Is this coffee fresh?

Your daughter was caught skipping school 3 days in a row, we are going to have to suspend her.

You are not going out with that boy, we’ve told you.

Jim was a good man.

And how many dependents do you have m’am?

Would like to come in for a cup of coffee?

This is your new secretary: Susan.

She’ll have the salad.

It’s a baby boy.

She has no idea, does she?

When’s daddy coming home?

Don’t you think you’ve had enough to drink?

Jim, I’m not sure about this.

Let’s skip algebra.

How am I going to explain this to my parents?

Here’s $300 dollars, it’s all I have.

They always sneak out during their lunch break.

It’s on orange ave.

How long did you think you could keep this a secret?

I got the job!

I know but at least he pays my rent.

So how honey how are things?

You are going to have to move out, Jim.

Mrs Henderson, this the Clark Count Sheriffs department.

Are you going to call this?

Are you going to meet us for happy hour tonight?

No, I can’t do it. I can’t go through with it.

Take the money.

Where is that waiter with my water.

Jim, have you payed the cable bill this month?

I won’t take your money.

Do you want to talk about it/

I wanna know, have you ever seen the rain?

If don’t tell him, I will.

I’m sorry, we did everything we could.

I can’t eat all this food by myself.

They should have fixed these traffic lights years ago.

Sue, just talk to her, it’s been so long, she’ll forgive you.

I know I’ll be alone forever.

You’re hired, welcome aboard son.

I can’t even afford to feed my kids.

I know, I forgave you years ago, it’s ok.

Honey, I’m going out wit he guys tonight. I’ll be back around 10. I promise.

I hate my job but I can’t quit.

All I ever wanted was a family.

Where is he? Why hasn’t he called?

Sir, this is the paramedics, we’re taking you to the hospital.

Damn, she’s hot.

I can’t leave him, we’re catholic.

She’s your daughter, can’t you control her?

Are you ok to drive?

You think he’ll like this skirt.

Forgive me father for I have sinned. It’s been 8 years since my last confession.

He’s cute, he’d never talk to me, besides he’s married.

I haven’t worked since I left college.

We could go to new french restaurant, I hear it’s really good.

My dad is always in my business.

Timmy, is your father showing up for career day?

I’m sure of it.  I’m late. I just know, it. This the last thing I need.

Mark, can I borrow some money?

Divorce? Out of the question.

I’ll make the funeral arrangements.

Are you keeping it?

Mom, who’s my real father?


Pronounced dead at 3:26 am. Mercy Hospital.

Jim have you met Susan?

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