PnF - .:Light:.They say that you learn things the hard way, like you shouldn't play with fire if you don't want to get burned, or that distance may be good, it gives you time to think, to breath, to miss. But distance was about to kill them both, he wasn't even gong but they were already feeling the pain of living just a couple of days without each other. Both, husband and wife, held their hands together, his forehead reached hers as they stared into each other's eyes.Life could have passed then, the couple of minutes they were like that, not even the sound of the wind could've been heard. Finally, he gave her a soft, gentle, deep kiss, which tasted like pain and love."Just come back safe, okay?" she asked. It was another stupid business trip, but he had been home since their little kid was born, so it felt like he may be gone forever. He kissed her forehead before looping at the living room behind her, where their 5 year old son was looking at them in silence."Come here," the father asked and
PnF-2 - .:Filling holes:.She entered the house without asking permission, went upstairs, almost running, feeling her lungs asking for air. She stopped in front of his door and took a deep breath before opening it. She saw him on his bed, staring at the ceiling, a lot more thoughtful than usual."Tommy!" screamed, "I came as fast as I cou-" he didn't even look at her, "
are you okay?""I guess your dad didn't tell you, did he?" he sat on his place."Nope." She walked in and sat in front of him, "what's going on?"Thomas sighed deeply; looking for the right words to tell the girl what was going on, "Someone died. Someone close to me. Well, not that close, but still
" She stared at him, silently asking his words to keep going, "It was Charleene.""Grandma Charlene!!?" The girl squealed."No, no. The other Charleene.""Oh. Oooohhh"."Yeah, my father is still unsure if I should get involved into this. I
I feel horrible. I don't know a lot about her but I know that she didn't get