Everyone wants to know! Yes, it’s coming to an end but there is a lot of things left to see/hear/and love about these girls – JMG
Sydney knocks on the door and Rylee opens it. “Hey,” says Rylee.
“Sorry I’m late,” says Sydney. “I had an errand to run.”
“Come on in,” says Rylee. She leads Sydney into the living room and they sit on the couch, both at either end, facing one another. “I’m figuring you know what this is about.”
Sydney nods. It has been on her mind nonstop since they’d been put into their neutral corners. “Spencer.”
“Here is the thing….,” begins Rylee.
“I’m not going to do anything, Rylee. I mean, I’m me again, and I was fine before this whole split-me-into-two thing,” says Sydney.
“That would break her heart,” says Rylee. “Spence knew.”
Sydney’s shoulders drop. “She told you, huh?”
“We don’t have one secret between us, so, yeah, she told me, and she told me way before the whole spitting thing,” says Rylee. She looks down at her feet, her toes almost touching Sydney’s. “I understand what you’re feeling right now.”
“It’s not the same. You and Spencer are soul mates, eternal and talent. I have a crush that will go away,” says Sydney forcefully. “It’s just not going away to quickly is all. I won’t get between you and you can’t let me either, kick my ass if you have too.”
Rylee gets up, finds a piece of paper by the phone, grabs a pencil too, and then sits back down next to Sydney. She writes her own name, Rylee and then talent. She then writes Sydney’s name, and writes talent/eternal. She then writes Spencer’s name between her own and Sydney’s, tagging her with eternal/talent. “I’m here, Spence is in the middle and you are on the right.” Rylee connects her talent with Spencer’s eternal. Then Spencer’s talent to Sydney’s eternal. “Do you see?”
Sydney grabs the paper. Each of them form a different bond of soul mate with Spencer. Rylee and Spencer as talent/eternal and Sydney and Spencer as eternal/talent so it isn’t just a crush it’s so much more than that, it’s a soul mate bonding. “Holy crap.”
Rylee nods. “Spencer Wheaton might just have two soul mates.”