Hannah's Christmas: Last PartLast PartIt was already dark when Anita walked into the bedroom of her daughter. It was far after her normal bedtime, but since there was no school on Boxing Day, Anita figured that it would be alright to let Hannah stay late for this day."Hannah," whispered Anita as she walked into the room. She didn't know if Hannah was already asleep. She just wanted to wish Hannah good night."Mommy?" sounded from the bed and Anita smiled."Hey, sweetie." Anita walked to Hannah's bed and she sat down on the edge of it. "So, did you like today?""This is the best Christmas ever." Hannah looked to her mother. "Mommy, Daddy will be with us forever, right?"Anita smiled, it was so sweet that her daughter would worry about something like this. "Of course he will, sweetie." Anita knew she could make a promise like this, because she knew, deep in her heart, that Victor would stay with them until the end of time.She gave her daughter a kiss on her forehead and wished Hannah goodnight. Before she closed
Hannah's Christmas Part 4Part 4Anita walked into the kitchen. Hannah opened almost the half of her gifts and it was time to start with the dinner, other wise it would take until Boxing Day before dinner would be ready. So, Anita grabbed her apron she got from Hannah for Mother's Day and she started to prepare the Christmas Dinner."Do you need any help?" sounded when Anita was almost finished with the preparations and Anita smiled."If you wouldn't mind it, yes please." she said as she turned around. She could use some help now, because she had to make dinner for four people now, instead of two. Mildred gave her a little smile. "It is a nice apron you're wearing, Anita." Mildred had never seen Anita cook, in fact, Mildred has never had dinner with Anita and Hannah. "What do you want me to do?"Anita laughed. "You could help me with the stuffing." she said and she pointed to some ingredients she placed on the other end of the counter. She bought a tofu turkey this year, specially for Victor.
J S G: Last PartJane's Special GiftThe night fell and I closed the front door. Stella and her parents just went back to their home, before the snowstorm would come back. I walked into the living room and I looked to Granny. She was still here, because she just loved to be with my parents and me."So, do you feel a little bit better now?" asked Granny as I sat down next to her.I gave her a little smile. "A lot better. I just can't wait until the baby is born.""That's the spirit!" Granny looked at me and she gave me a big smile. "You know that a lot of things will be changed after the baby is born."I nodded. "Even before it's born." I whispered. Mom wouldn't be able to work, she would feel sick for some time and they would change some rooms. But, I wouldn't mind it. The idea of getting a little brother or sister was the best gift I could ever get at Christmas."Sweetie?" Granny grabbed my hand and I knew I shouldn't say something like that out loud."I'm alright with it, Grandma, really." I s