The Bendersons: Kidnapped at K7 HTML version
“I am going to pack my stuff in the port, Tam,” said Mum.
“Yes, I think I will have a shower, eats and bed,” I sighed.
Later, the both of us went to our beds and I tried to sleep, but to no avail as Mum was
determined to disturb my night’s sleep with her continual snoring that she was doing. It was so
annoying, but in the end the both of us fell asleep from exhaustion.
“Now, are you going to help clean up the house, Tam,” asked Mum.
“You did it yesterday,” I faltered.
“Did I? No Tam, we didn’t and Dan wants it done…this is our last day here and if you come
with me then the buffet dinner is o n me,” said Mum pleasantly.
“Okay,” I said and soon everything was cleaned spick and span. “Now how about we go to
the casino,” I said.
“Yes, not a bad idea and have a late buffet lunch,” said Mum.
There was a call on Mum’s phone and she said the keys had to be given to the real estate
agent. “Would you mind to do that for me and then we’ll both go for the early dinner,” said
Mum, surprisingly pleasant. “How about you meet me in the pokies and I’ll shout you five
dollars so you can have a flutter?”
“Okay Mum,” I said as I waited in the hotel foyer for the agent to pick up the keys. I did not
have to wait too long, luckily, and soon he arrived and picked up the keys. He then shook my
hand and wished me the best for my move.
After that, I proceeded to the pokies and had a few games with Mum, and later enjoyed a
peaceful meal together. Mum was smiling and I said, “Someone is happy today.”
“Tam, that is because I will be closer to my little boy Dan and sweet Meryl,” beamed Mum.
Luckily I had finished off my meal, as that comment made me feel so sick inside…but I
needed a quick getaway. “Mum, you don’t mind if I have a little flutter on the pokies?”
Mum looked at me and said, “O f course Tam. You might as well enjoy yourself,” she
smirked, knowing full well what she was saying.
I played a little while and then went back to my hotel room and saw Mum packing
everything away. It is D-Day tomorrow, Tam,” she smiled.
“I am having a shower, Mum,” I said, not wanting to draw attention to how cheesed off I