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There was that difference between Kenzie and Bailey that had always been. Her sister the more..quiet and sensitive one in many ways where Mackenzie could be down rambunctious, almost from the day she was born. Where Bailey may hope for better times and slowly work to overcome what was hard and painful to deal with, Kenzie went ahead and took or found her happiness. It didn’t mean it erased the pain of the past she too had endured and the guilt she would now forever feel about what happen to her sister. But Kenzie was..well she wasn’t sure if she was stronger of the two. Just one to not get easily beat down and give up. Not to mention she was rather impatient. Instead of waiting and depending on hope she just took what she could get when opportunity presented itself and lived in the moment of satisfactory. It was a tough process, having to work for it and push through it. But she felt it was something they both were more than capable of. Because life didn’t give you a choice all the time, sometimes that was all you were left with.
Things had slowly but surely returned back to normal between Kenzie and her sister. It had taken her a, moment, not just process what had happen but also just deal with the realization of everything that was really beyond her control of being able to do anything to fix it now. One thing was for sure though. Where there had been that slight bit of contact with their mother, and the hope to one day forgive and get over what had happen. That was no more. She had cut all ties with the woman after giving her more than just a piece of her mind over the phone one night. She never wanted anything else to do with her again. Because she was the blame. From the very beginning it was all her fault for ever bringing that sick miserable bastard in to destroy the lives of her daughters. That was NOT what a mother was supposed to do. And for that, it was just unforgivable.
Pulling up to the house Kenzie wasn’t sure what to expect from her sisters simple message to come by the house. She didn’t think it was anything wrong exactly. It could just be a simple visit, which never hurt. They didn’t seem to get enough of those in general mainly because of her job position as manager at the club but so also felt more effort needed to be put into that area because she only wanted to build onto their strengthening bond. She moved up to the front door and let herself in. “Hello, hello!
” she was voicing aloud to announce her presence. The fact that she wasn’t instantly greeted by the familiar dog proved Cale was probably out with ‘their child’ having fun somewhere. So it was just her and her sister.
Closing the door behind her she moved in the direction of her sister. She was looking trendy and cool in the off the shoulder cut, simple black beach dress. Proving she clearly had a day off work, and actually wasn’t sure of her plans for the door, so far she hadn’t been out until receiving the text so she had tossed something simple on and headed over right away. “Hey! Whats up?
” she greeted warmly as she was setting her sunglasses and keys down on the counter. Continuing forward she gave her sister a quick hug. “Mmm cookies and coold milk, you read my mind dear sister.
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<b>outfit:</b> this hurr
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