Her new career has resulted in numerous media appearances, an award from the Archbishop of Canterbury and a new book. This is my review in the form of an open letter. Dear Vicky, Thank you for your book. You will understand that I, as someone who holds to the view that LGBTI teachings go against the teachings of the Bible, approached reading this with a degree of trepidation.
February 17, at 5: Vicki lingered until the school grounds were quiet and empty before starting the seven block walk home. Her sister Shirley usually accompanied her, but for two days now she had been sick and stayed home.
Guessing the right time to cross residential streets was tricky, especially the busy highway. Vicki stood by the stop sign hugging her lunchbox to her chest wishing she was invisible to the cars and trucks swooshing past.
Her heart pounded like it might jump right out of her chest. Vicki missed her friend Barbara where they lived in the Florida Keys, but Hurricane Donna had destroyed their house and they had to move to Miami to live with Grandma while her Dad found work. Hated the big brick school with no friends.
A car slowed, came to a stop but Vicki kept her head down, hesitated too long, and the car drove off with a squeal of tires. At last the coast was clear and she dashed across.
Suddenly the deafening wail of a siren fractured the air.
It might be a drill or maybe Cuba had launched a missile. The radio stations were listened to closely. Everyone knew if they were outside when the siren went off they were to find immediate shelter in the nearest home or building. At school they practised getting under their desks. The lunchbox flew from her hand and burst open in the street scattering an apple core, wax paper with the remains of a sandwich, and a note from her teacher.
Her hands, elbows and knees slid painfully on the hot cement. Vicki scrambled to her feet, grabbed the contents of the lunchbox and ran. At the back door she turned the knob. She felt something warm and saw blood dribbling down her legs from the raw flesh of her knees.
The palms of her hands were on fire from deep scrapes. She pressed the doorbell again and again — heard its peal inside the house. She swiped at the tears leaving bloody streaks on her cheeks. Fear seized her lungs as she ran around to the veranda and tried the screen door.
It was locked too. She sank onto the steps hugging her wounded knees to her chest. Had everyone been captured by the Cubans?
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