Pushed Too Far

Pushed Too Far

by Teresa Smeigh

The phone was frustratingly quiet. Josie was so tired of John’s hackneyed excuses as to why he couldn’t call or see her.

She understood he had to work. Who didn’t?

What annoyed her to no end was when he used his wife as his excuse, or he had to walk the dog, or go away to visit his daughters. Damn him! She was all that counted in this world!

He had ordered her to never, under any circumstances, call him. She could email him. Otherwise she was to wait for him to call. Yeah right!

She picked up the phone.

About Tessa

My name is Tessa Dean and I am an author and blogger. My writing styles vary and I love writing using prompts. I am also writing my first book, a Memoir entitled "Government Property - A Memoir of a Military Wife".  This is being published on the blog rather than the traditional way. I am putting up chapters as I go along. I keep my blog filled with useful content, stories, and poems. Plenty to keep you busy. I have also been interviewed by blogs and had other posts published on many different blogs. I also wrote a series of articles on Bipolar Disorder for IBPF (International Bipolar Foundation). I am in my 60’s and disabled which allows me plenty of time to write to my heart’s content. I live in southern New Jersey and have 3 children and 5 grandchildren. My oldest grandchild is a Sargent in the United States Marine Corps.
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6 Responses to Pushed Too Far

  1. jannatwrites says:

    That sounds like a one-sided relationship. Maybe she could call someone who doesn’t forbid her from calling him 🙂

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  2. susan Keene says:

    Hum, I would not have picked up the phone.

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  3. Kir Piccini says:

    oh that guy? The narcissistic selfish man who’s only care is himself? I’m so glad she picked up that phone.

    great use of the word.

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