dreadedcandiru2 (dreadedcandiru2) wrote,

The days of our foobs.....

Like all families, the Pattersons have a lot of days of the year that they must remember. They can be good days such as birthdays and anniversaries or bad such as the anniversary of someone's death but they have a mean to the Foobs that other days do not. What's more, most of them can remember when a particular day was simply another calendar day. A case in point is the first day of April; up until 1991, it was simply another day of the year. There's another day that I can think of that currently holds no meaning for the Pattersons: the twenty-third of August. After this year, it will be Elizabeth and Antony's anniversary but as it stands, it's just another late summer day. There's a problem with their not respecting this particular date, though. Through some strange coincidence, it just happens to be the day when Therese married Anthony. To a person who's always half-way assumed that the Pattersons regard her as little more than an obstacle to be removed, selecting the day she'd thought all her dreams would come true as the day the rival she believes to be plotting her ruin as the day she gets to sink her hooks into her ex would seem a deliberate insult. To do so, though, would be to malign the Pattersons unfairly; they're far too stupid to go out of their way to be hurtful. This act of nastiness is caused by one hundred percent Grade A idiocy. They were simply following someone else's suggestion. Anthony's contribution to the planning of his wedding is, sadly, the date. He clearly wants to repeal a mistake he'd made once and make the day good again.
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