From Chapter 1: Ellen has returned home from lunch with friends, following her earlier anti-Doug rampage, and finds that her eldest daughter is completely on her side and has done a little rampaging of her own in a show of solidarity.
It looked like a tornado had hit a men’s haberdashery and deposited its findings all over the backyard: a jacket snagged on a rosebush; a pair of pants hung from a tree branch, undershirts lounged on the hydrangeas.
“Stephanie! You did this?”
They stared at each other for a moment before bursting into laughter. Ellen pulled her daughter close. “You are wonderful!”
Shared anger can be such a wonderful bonding experience. Be sure to visit all the other Six Sentence Sunday authors.