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1.4 The Decision

Cameron’s hard work at her boring office job had finally earned her that big promotion, and over the past few days she’s been upgrading her house.

“It’s…still a work in progress, but it has enough space to satisfy me for now.” Cameron commented. “Could use a few windows, and the walls are a bit bare..”

Unfortunately, all of this hard work meant less and less time to spend with Mason. Cameron felt absolutely awful having to decline hanging out for the third time that week, but being the stubborn perfectionist she is she couldn’t let her mind stray from work.

After a particularly stressful (and draining) day at work, her friend Noelle invited her out for some coffee, refusing to allow her to overwork herself again.

“Seriously, Cameron! It’s become a problem. You’re always dragging yourself around town and Mason has been calling me nonstop. It’s time you sat back for a weekend and relaxed.”

Cameron was about to argue back, but seeing the concern in Noelle’s eyes she finally agreed to her request.

She spent the next morning painting and admiring the scenery outside of her house. She felt proud that she could call this quiet mountaintop her own.

She decided to invite Mason out on a date, and while dialing up his number she got a call from an excited Noelle who told her that her and her husband Vince were expecting a baby. Cameron congratulated her friend, equally as excited. This brought her to think about her future with Mason.

“Screw it,” thought Cameron. “I’m put together, mostly, I have a decent living, and I’m going to ask Mason to move in with me!”

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