Title: Miranda

Author: A.M. Glass

EMail: glasswrks@yahoo.com

Copyright: February 23rd 25th, 2005.

Rating: G

Disclaimer: The characters from All My Children, belong respectively to Agnes Nixon, A.B.C. and the Disney Co. No copyright infringement is intended or inferred. The story along with any/all original characters are the sole property of the author and cannot be used without expressed permission first.

Author s Note: This is a direct sequel to both Dear Miranda and Re:Apology. You'll also have to have read "Broken Promises" as I've made a reference to something that happened in it. Thank you for the wonderful feedback you've given me regarding both of these stories.

To: TripleMMM@msn.com
From: Lkundera@yahoo.com
Subject: Hello


I'm sorry I haven't replied sooner, I've been very busy at work and there times when I'm simply too exhausted to do anything else but have a bath and go to bed.

However, I don't want you to *ever* think I don t have time for you.

You re *very* important to me and you know it. You are such a part of my life that I don't know what I would do without you in it. So, you'll forgive me?

I hope your visit to your grandparents went well. How are they? Will you let your grandmother know that I've received the package in excellent condition, as I said before I've been very busy and I haven't had a chance to speak with her.

Knowing you you're wondering what it is but that young lady is a surprise I hope to give you while your visiting on your vacation. I'm very happy that your mother has given permission for you to come. I can't wait to see you again. Pictures simply don t do you justice.

You've grown into a beautiful young lady.

With all the pictures I have on you on my desk and at the house, it's not surprising that most of my friends are actually anxious to see you again as well. I'm sorry I probably shouldn't go on like this. I can see you blushing already.

Talking about pictures, thank you for the ones you've sent. Yes, your mother has remained a very beautiful woman and I can hear your grandmother taking all the credit for it.

Ah, speaking of your mother, she called me last night. I'm very worried for you Sweetie. Are you sure you want to learn how to skydive? Your mother practically had a heart attack when she told me.

Now tell me truthfully - is this something you really want? Or is this just another way to make your mother older before her time? If it's something you want, I'll talk to her, but don't expect me to be on your side one hundred percent, even I have my doubts about this Miranda. My heart would be in my throat the entire time I was by your side, because understand this, I will *not* allow you to do this alone. There's no way I m going to allow you to jump out of a plane without me.

So, do me a favor think about this very carefully. There, I'm done with my lecture.

Moving on, I've been trying to reach your Aunt, if you see her before I'm able to contact her would you tell her something for me?

Tell her: Your it.

She'll understand.

How are your studies going? I know I don't need to ask you about math I m *very* proud of you sweetheart, making the honor role. Your mother told me all about it and I have to say that it isn't every car here that has a bumper sticker saying, My Child is on the honor role at Pine Valley High. I wish you were here so I give you a hug and hold on for quite some time until you complained: Air becoming an issue!

I think Willow? would be tickled to learn if she actually existed that you've grown fond of that saying.

You know I won't watch the DVD s without you. Besides, you're the one whose always asking questions about...

Hold on, I'll be right back the phone's ringing.

Sweetheart I'm on my way. I'll be on the next flight out. Be brave for me Miranda Mama will be there, I'm sure your mother is all right.

I love you both,

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