Maybe this time by Kathleen Gilles Seidel
By Kathleen Gilles Seidel
It has been 15 years because Emily has noticeable Jeff, her highschool love, and their ally, Woody. Now a profitable activities agent for considered one of Chicago's best organizations, Emily feels she's ultimately made it on her personal. Then, all of a sudden, she hears Woody on a past due evening radio convey. His voice speaks in their bittersweet earlier, beckoning Emily to discover Jeff once more.
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She was sick of dreading their first encounter. She was not a passive person; she rarely sat back and waited for things to happen; she acted, she initiated. Except for this. She had been waiting for this. But no longer. It was time to get Jeff over with, time to take care of him, cross him off her list. She picked up the phone to call directory assistance. The operator gave her his number. She started to dial, then hung the phone back up. Talking to him on the phone would only get her halfway there.
He tossed Caitlin’s paper aside, leaned back in his chair and stretched, linking his arms over his head. Kevin Upham stuck his head into the office. “Mr. ” Jeff pushed back from the desk. As he came out of the office, a new song came on the radio. The lead guitar had a sitarlike sound and the music was full of all the distortion and fuzz that had been popular when Jeff had himself been a student at Nancy Hanks High School. ” As he looked over the layout of the sports page, his foot was tapping lightly and he was almost whistling.
A good deejay used that hour to check his mail, see what was on the wire, look over the program log, and chew gum. Chewing gum loosened up the tongue muscles, built up the saliva. Not an attractive sight, perhaps, but that was the nice thing about radio; you didn’t have to worry about attractive sights. You did have to talk without stuttering and stumbling. But more Sundays than not, the man who called himself Cal Kirkland didn’t even get to work early enough to chew gum in peace. He would squeal into his space in the station parking lot, ripping open a pack of Doublemint as he barreled into the building.