The Sex Opera ...Season 2

Thursday, November 16, 2006

Chapter 6, part 3

“I have her. She just passed out,” Parker said into the phone. Frank’s voice was filled with fear and desperation. Parker could hear him breathing heavily in distress. He knew Frank was upset that he couldn’t be with Brie, but parker assured him that he had everything under control.

Parker carried Brie to the sofa and propped a pillow under her head as he waited for the ambulance to arrive. Brie had yet to regain consciousness as Parker waited impatiently with Frank screaming words of pray in her ear. Luckily, Miss Ruggs had answered the phone when she did because with the shower water going, Parker didn’t even hear the phone ringing as Brie called.

When Parker found Brie she had blood on her fingers and her palm. He thought she cut herself from the glass that was scattered by the door but when we noticed the spotting on her dress he didn’t want to take any chances.

“We’re answering a distress call,” the emergency tech said as he carried in a medical case inside the house.

Parker stood from the sofa and move out of the path of the technician as the woman took a seat next to Brie on the sofa.

“Yes, I found her passed out,” Parker volunteered.

“Do you know how far long she is?” she asked as she grabbed Brie’s wrist and took her vitals.

“A few months. Maybe six I’m not exactly sure.”

The technician slipped a stethoscope around her neck, plugged her ears and held onto Brie’s wrist. Seconds later another tech raced in the house with a gurney and together they carefully lifted Brie onto the rolling bed and whisked her out of the house.

Parker never seen Brie so pale. It scared him a bit when he found her on the floor. His heart pumped a million gallons of blood because he didn’t know if he was too late. All he knew was that he didn’t want anything to happen to Athena’s mother. That poor girl has been through enough. With her father deserting her at a young age, she didn’t deserve her mother dying during her first semester away from home.

After watching the ambulance pull away from the driveway and pacing the floor for three minutes, Parker called Frank and he answered on the first ring. The urgency in his voice left Parker at a loss for words. How was he supposed to comfort this man when he had no clue what was wrong with his woman? The only thing Parker could tell him was that she was alive and breathing.

“Frank, she’s on her way to the hospital right now.”

“Did she regain consciousness?” Frank asked in a rushed toned. Parker could hear papers shuffling in the background.

“No, she didn’t but I’m going to ride to the hospital right now to get an update on her status and I’ll give you a call back.”

“No need. I’ll be there within an hour. I’m on the first thing out moving. Just stay with her until I get there.”

“I will and try not to worry.”

“It’s too late for that,” Frank said in return before hanging up the phone.