So, here’s a question.
If your mother and her twin sister are identical twins, how will Jack know that he has rescued the right woman?
We all know how some identical twins like to play tricks on the friends, but substituting each other. It’s a wicked game on the unsuspecting, but for a criminal, it’s a ploy that just might work.
But there’s that other issue we have between the son and the mother, quite a few years of lying and half truths to get past, and a great deal of explanation.
Perhaps their reuniting is not going to go the way the mother or the son thinks.
Meanwhile, Jack is working on the idea of visiting his real father and trying to get some explanations out of him.
And, where is Maryanne?
Is it a bit late in the day to say that I’m not quite sure how this is going to end, because one is not coming to me that will satisfy tying up the loose ends.
I suspect tomorrow will be a day where the last planning will be done. It may cost a day of words, but it will get the story done.
It’s the pointy end of the project and is has to come together.
Today’s effort amounts to 1,786 words, for a total, so far, of 58,087.