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Angela had to do something very important that she has been pushing back, but today she would do it.

Today's the day

It's a peaceful morning at Sunbay Island and everyone seems to be sleeping in for their Saturday morning. Except Angela, who lives with her loving mother in her beautiful appartment.

"Get up honey." Angela had been awoken by the soft and young voice of her mother. She yawned and said good morning. Her mother smiled, replied and left her to get ready for the day.

Angela had to do something very important that she has been pushing back, but today she would do it.

She had showered and gotten dressed when her mother returned to help her to tame her hair.

Angela looked stunning in her green knee-length dress that came with a wonderful black diamond necklace, her light perfume was enough to make a man fall in love and her skin seemed to shine and glow.

"Angela you are the most beautiful woman I have ever seen." Her mother teared up.

"Stop it, mum, can you just help me with this wild hair of mine." They sat down on the edge of her bed and her mother very gently combed and braided Angela's long hair.

These were the moments that they both loved. It was a time when they could talk freely and be close to each other, as mother and daughter.

When her hair was braided into two large French braids, Angela inhaled the delicious breakfast prepared for her and told her mother it was time.

They both left the apartment and sauntered to the bus stop. As they waited for their bus, Angela's mum read the fashion section of today's newspaper out loud to her.

The bus arrived on time and picked them up. They were the only passengers but it didn't stop Angela's mum from constantly warning Angela about all the germs that surrounded them.

The bus ride was short, Angela thought when they arrived at the Sunbay Graveyard.

She wasn't ready for this but her mother guided her to the tombstone that she only saw once, five years ago.

She wasn't ready for this but her mother guided her to the tombstone that she only saw once, five years ago. The stone read: Elizabeth Jane. Her mum's name.

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