By Laura Wilson
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She felt guilty about buying cosmetics on the black market - Ted would be furious if he knew she was breaking the law - but it wasn’t fair to expect her to do without them altogether. Even if no-one else cared about her nose being shiny, she minded. And, she reasoned, whatever he might say, Ted wouldn’t want her to neglect her appearance. She looked quite tired enough as it was . . She’d look a jolly sight worse if she were pregnant, though. All that standing in queues really would be tiring, especially later on .
He called. ’ Again, the faint wailing sound. ’ asked Smithie. ’ ‘Away,’ said Stratton. ‘I don’t think there is anyone else, unless the vicar—’ ‘Sod that. Still . ’ He handed Stratton a full basket. ’ After twenty minutes’ further rubble-clearing, the ends of Stratton’s fingers were raw and his knuckles bleeding profusely. His arms and shoulders felt as though they were on fire, and his lower back ached from bending over, but, just as he thought he couldn’t carry on for even another minute, Smithie said, ‘Right, I can see her.
She looked quite tired enough as it was . . She’d look a jolly sight worse if she were pregnant, though. All that standing in queues really would be tiring, especially later on . . ‘Don’t,’ she said to herself. ’ She applied the barest minimum of the precious powder and gave her hair a final pat before picking up the photograph of Pete and Monica and giving it a wipe with her sleeve before kissing it. ‘Have a nice day,’ she murmured. ’ Still, present worries very much aside, as Ted had said at breakfast, they were fortunate.
An Empty Death by Laura Wilson