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“You should have told me sooner,” Orion Gates said, sounding hurt.

His fiancee Bessie Gallagher sighed. “I just don’t want the baby to mess up things between us.”

“Things will change, but we’ll still be us. I promise.”

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“Of course I love you,” Cecil Sutton said again, for what felt like the one millionth time. Why did Sunny keep pestering him about this marriage thing?

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William Lloyd loved his brother, but really, Eric needed to go home and spend time with his wife, not hide out around William’s house in the hopes that Suzie might stop by. Besides, as William had told him several times already, Suzie was so busy with her own life that she rarely came over.

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“Are you all right over there?” Eldon Watson asked as he worked on the leaky bathtub faucet.

Clover Gates flushed the toilet once she’d finished throwing up her breakfast. “I’m great!” she said, smiling wide.

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“You’re what??” Eric Lloyd exclaimed.

“Pregnant,” Sarah Smith repeated.

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Jessica and Tucker Craig loved summer vacation. They could play and hang out together all day long.

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That summer, Aidan and Pierre Smith decided to rent one of the new townhouses that had just been built. It was right around the corner from the school, so Aidan wouldn’t have a long walk to work each day.

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“You don’t have to eat the burnt pancakes if you don’t want to!” Carrie Lloyd Gates shouted.

“No, really, they’re good.” Her husband River Gates choked down a mouthful. “Mmm!”

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After graduating from PMBC, Suzie Craig and Sarah Smith moved into a little house together not far from either of their families.

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Orion Gates and Bessie Gallagher had what they considered to be the perfect life. Their art gallery was doing well and their relationship was doing even better. The two had a lot of fun together. They’d spend their mornings eating breakfast and reading the paper aloud to each other.

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