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This little bubble she had been in was finally going to come to an end tomorrow. Did it have to end, what was she going to do now?
She turned and tossed some more before giving up on sleep to go take a glass of water. She was going back to been the same accountant who did as she was told, dressed as she was allowed to, eat when she remembered and could spare the time, ran on mostly six hours of sleep daily and worse, bedridden with guilt that if she didn't live this way, everyone was going to be disappointed in her.
She was grateful to have Su Yan in her life, taking care of her when she couldn't do it herself and no matter how much she ordered herself to be calm, the thought of actually going through with all the decisions about her life scared her. Maybe it will be a bad idea, she tried to find a reason to avoid change and found none. All she truly wanted now was to rebuild her life.
She opened the cold bottle of water she held on to and drank a little too fast causing her head to hurt.
She coughed low trying not to wake Su Yan, the man slept like a nursing mother. Everything was going to be okay. One day at a time and everything will be alright.
"Something you want to tell me?" he startled her out from nowhere.
Her plan to not wake him didn't work. "How are you awake?"
"I heard some noise, followed by you coughing," He wore the tank tee he held on his hand.
Under normal circumstance Tale would never break down in front of someone that wasn't Precious. Today wasn't that day. She dropped the water she held to hug him tight, resting her head on his chest.
"I couldn't sleep," she confessed.
"Nightmares?" he stroked her hair while he asked.
"No, reality," taking a deep breathe she continued. "I made a decision actually two weeks ago, to make some changes concerning my life. What if it doesn't work out for me as I planned. What if its nothing but a rash decision. I feel lost... and a little scared." she admitted.
Su Yan smiled. This might well be the first time she was admitting to feeling vulnerable without him trying to take her there.
"I don't know if it will work out for you, I can guarantee you that no one does but there's only one way to find out."
"You are right, no one knows." she released herself from his arms. "No one knows, not even my parents, I guess I owe it to myself to find out."
"That's my girl."
"But they will hate this."
"I bet they will," he smiled walking to the fridge to get himself a bottle of water.
"Did you feel same way leaving home," she looked around. "Coming here. so far from home."
"No." he replied with no emotion.
"Oh." Tale noticed he didn't seem happy about the question.
"I was happy to leave home and I had no room for doubts. I nee
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