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C7 Thomas

"Regarding the fraud at the casino, I understand that four of the employees went to the police and one disappeared. I want you to tell me if you have anything to do with this disappearance."

"Yes," answered Terry, after a few moments of silence.

"I really appreciate your honesty. I'm curious to know what made you reveal to me something that should normally only be known to you and the one who ordered it."

"I understood that starting today my future would revolve around you."

"You got it right. How do you like that?"

"Interesting. You don't always get a chance to see how such a young lady gets into such a position on her own. And I can think of what's next. I have already chosen, and so far I have not made any wrong choices."

"You tell me that you chose. People believe that they choose their own path in life. Sometimes the path chooses you."

Anna gave a vague nod of approval. She congratulated herself that she had managed to keep him and attract him to her side.

"I want Thomas Hill and his man in the compound gone. I know that such an order can only be given by the director. It stays between us. Anyway, we do it for the good of the company."

There was not even a flinch on Terry's face.

"Everything is clear," said Terry, as he stood up.

"Did you find mounting equipment?"

"No, nothing."

"Goodbye Terry."

Anna did not regret the decision made.

Some people disappear from my life as if I never met them. I know people who, if they die because of me, will haunt me.

I just keep the tragedy and the spirit for me as a direct connection between creation and creator.

The person who has always stood by my side is beyond the false impression of heaven.

Take a glance at the sky to realize how tiny you are, and take one more look toward the sky when you want to realize how enormous you are.

At the highest point of the horizon, the brightest star is perched on a mysterious sign. The wind of bold looks pierces the sky’s obstinate depths.

I have never heard the voice of colors. That’s why I didn’t paint. I have never listened to the voice of heaven.

I don’t even believe in heaven, despite the fact that it occasionally shows up in my nightmares.

Anna picked up her cell phone and dialed a number.

After the program is over, Gloria goes up to Anna's apartment. Even now, two hours after receiving the call, he could not hide his surprise.

"Come in," Anna greeted her at the entrance. Take a seat where you think you feel better.

Gloria sat down on a sofa. She was wringing her hands in unease.

"How can I be of service to you, Mrs. Willis?"

"With a lot. From tomorrow you will be my personal assistant. Do you think you can handle it?"

Gloria was speechless. He coughed slowly into his fist. She was clearly confused.

"You caught me off guard. I think I'll be fine. I think I'll do really well," she told herself.

"From what I saw at first glance, I think that your income will increase approximately three times. The keys are welcome, the antechamber is yours. You arrange it as you wish. I have an employment contract here. Will you sign it now?"

"I'm signing it right now. I can't believe this is happening to me. I am so happy." Gloria jumped up and hugged her.

A long hug, way too long.

Anna reached her index finger under Gloria's chin and slowly pulled her towards her.

That night, Gloria stayed at Anna's apartment.

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