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Just For A Moment

Don't You Believe In Privacy?

“So, what are you going to do?” Jack asked his best friend of ten years. It was a question no one had dared to ask, but it was inevitable.

He and Alex had spent the last hour looking at Adrienne’s photos. Her entire life was posted online, much to his delight and Alex’s annoyance. She had photos of herself throughout her pregnancy, when the baby was born, and a few up until last week, her son’s birthday party. Jack was a bit disappointed that there weren’t any photos of any of the band. He knew for a fact that she had some. They’d spent at least a year as friends. There had to be some photographic evidence of that.

Jack wasn’t exactly sure what had happened between his best friend and Adrienne, but it had to be something bad for her to have kept this secret from any of them. He’d been racking his brain for the past hour trying to remember what had happened four years ago, but Jack was pretty sure he was probably drunk that night.

Alex was pacing the lounge in a neat circle, muttering obscenities about her page. Did she not believe in privacy?

“What do you mean what am I going to do?” Alex asked, his mind reeling with questions he desperately need the answers to.

He couldn’t keep from kicking himself mentally. Was this actually his kid? Why didn’t Adrienne tell him? How the fuck did he miss this? There had to be a mutual friend who should’ve told him about this. Why didn’t anyone tell him? According to her blasted profile, she still lived in Baltimore. His parents lived in Baltimore too; they probably saw her once in a while, right? He lived in Baltimore three months out of the year when he wasn’t touring, for fuck’s sake. In three years, he’d never once seen his ex or this kid?

“I mean, what are you going to do?” Jack reiterated. “Are you going to call her?”

“No, I’m not going to call her,” Alex muttered, still too engrossed in his thoughts to listen to Jack.

The younger man shook his head. “Alex, you need to call her. This is your son.”

Alex slammed his hands down on the table before him. “No Jack, I don’t know that this is my son. I haven’t seen Adrienne in three and a half years. She could’ve met someone else and got knocked up.”

Jack sighed. “I don’t think that she would do that, Alex. She loved you.”

“Love doesn’t mean anything. I’m not going to call my ex –girlfriend and ask her if she had my baby!” Alex yelled, exasperated.

Jack frowned, realizing that maybe he was pushing this too far. But then again, he was trying to help.

Alex sighed, realizing that he was being a little harsh on the guy who’d been his best friend. “I just don’t know how to do this. This is way out of my comfort zone.”

“I know it is man, but don’t you want to know?” Jack asked. “It would be killing me to know.”

Alex sighed. “No, I don’t think I want to know.”

Jack sighed and stared at Adrienne’s profile again. “Hey, do you think she’d accept my friend request?”

Alex fixed Jack with a glare and stormed off the bus.


ah! I'm so glad you updated!! :)
I promise to work on it! I just kinda got stumped in an area.... but I'll see what I can do in the next couple of hours.
Jecca Jecca
I really miss this story :(
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Hi i just started to read this and i love it! Update soon!
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