Saturday, October 29, 2011

Happy Halloween

I hope everyone is enjoying their Halloween weekend so far. This is my favorite time of year! I have a little treat for you in honor of my favorite holiday:

Eris finally spotted Karen on the third floor, the children's wing walking with a young woman. Now to get her alone. She watched as her shapely body moved beneath her candy striper uniform. She was the epitome of what every guy wanted and that infuriated Eris. What chance did she have to win Billy's love back if she was still in the picture? Any doubt of what she was about to do dissipated with each swing of this bitches perfect hips.

She grabbed a nearby wheelchair and caught up to her. “Excuse me miss.”

They both turned to face her. Karen was beautiful. Almond shaped green eyes, silky blond hair, flawless skin and a smile that belonged on the cover of a magazine. “Yes,” they both answered.

Eris tried to hide a sneer and then remembered she had put on a face mask. “You,” she pointed at Karen, “would you mind helping me with a patient?”

Her smiled widened, “Oh, of course,” She looked at the other girl, “I'll catch up with you at lunch.”

She wanted to punch her but instead started down the hall with the wheelchair. She looked at each door hoping for a quiet room thinking she really should have planned this part ahead. Well past the nurses station and in an empty section she spotted the word coma on a paper taped below the room number. “Here.” She pushed the chair up to the child's bed and surveyed the room for any visitors. No one.

“Aw, poor little Bobby. He's been like this for almost a month now.” She moved closer to the bed and grabbed the little boys hand. “His Father was driving drunk, barely got a scratch on him too, the bastard.”

Eris reached into her pocket and palmed the syringe but stopped when Karen turned back to her.

“You're not going to be able to take him with the wheelchair.” She frowned slightly. “What is he having done?”

“Oh, an MRI. You're right, let me go get a bed.” As soon as Karen leaned back over the boy she sprang. Grabbed the needle, stabbed it into the girls neck and pushed the plunger as hard as she could.

“Hey! What are you...” She couldn't finish and her eyes rolled upward.

Eris caught her, heart pounding so loud she swore the nurses would hear her and come running. She quickly sat her in the chair and started taking off her shoes. The gown she had stashed under her white coat was placed over Karen's limp body and her feet propped up on the cold footrests.

“What's wrong with her?” Bobby had regained consciousness.

Eris' heart leapt to her throat. “Of all the fucking times to wake up kid, this was not it.” She slowed her breath, “She's um, not feeling well. I need to take her to the ER. I'll send someone in to check on you.”

Bobby started crying. “My head hurts.” He was getting louder.

“Be quiet kid!” She snapped, “They'll be here in a minute.” She just wanted him to shut up before she got caught. “Have to move quick.” She hit the call button on the side of his bed and quickly wheeled Karen out of the room and away from where the nurses would be coming from. She was just rounding the corner as she heard the footsteps running toward Bobby's room.

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