A door slammed as she reached the top of the driveway. "Sylvester!" A woman called. "Come back here!" A man stormed out of the house and walked to the SUV. Anger showed in every tense muscle on his back and he had a cigarette in his mouth.

Sylvester!" the woman called, coming out on the porch. She leaned heavily on a cane and one leg was bandaged. "Don't be mad!" she pleaded. Tossing away his cigarette, the tiny ember flipping end over end into the dirt, Sylvester opened door to his SUV, climbed in, and roared off, the car spraying gravel behind it.

The woman seemed to deflate as the car drove away. She looked down at the ground and shook her head.

"Um, excuse me." Geneve said.

The woman looked up, squinting into the darkness. "Who's there?" she asked harshly.

Geneve moved in to the tiny circle of illumination from the porch light. "Sorry," she started again. "My car broke down back there and I was wondering if could I use your phone, or get a ride in to town or, um, something like that?"

A strange look came over the woman's face, "Come closer, dear, I can't see you." she said gently. Geneve stepped up to the bottom of the steps. The woman looked closely at her face and her eyes grew large. "Oh my Lord." She whispered. "Geneve Olssen? Is that you?"

"Uh... I, uh..." Geneve stammered, taken aback.

Grabbing the rail in a white knuckle grip, the woman lowered herself down a step, reached forward and put her hand on Geneve's cheek. "It is you! I never forget a face! Lord, I can't believe it, you haven't changed a bit!"

Who the hell...? Do I know her? She knows me? Do I know her? Forcing a tentative smile, Geneve placed her hand on top of the woman's.

"Don't you remember me?" she dropped her hand from Geneve's cheek down to her shoulder. "I'm Sabrina! We were in High School together! Remember? Sabrina Jordan!"

Sabrina Jordan? Do I know a Sabrina Jordan? Have I ever known a Sabrina Jordan? She knows my name. She glanced quickly up at the sky. Is it getting lighter? She looked back at the woman and smiled widely, "Of course! I haven't seen you in forever! How are you?" She hugged her before she could answer.