By Joan Lingard
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It was not that Mrs Jackson was fashionable herself, but Mrs Mullet liked to pride herself on her clothes sense. ‘I’ll take the weight off me feet,’ she said. ‘Me legs are killing me the day. ’ Mrs Jackson got up and turned down the sound of the television to a low murmur, but kept the picture as it was. Mrs Mullet collapsed into Mr Jackson’s armchair and kicked off her shoes. ’ Mrs Jackson eyed her suspiciously. She had either come to gossip, or to borrow. A quarter pound of tea here and a couple of eggs there.
They were silent for a moment, Sadie thinking of Kevin’s sister Brede and Kevin of Sadie’s brother Tommy as each had been three years ago. They had all been at school then, different schools. They had started as enemies, had even fought with stones and fists; then for a while they had been friends but eventually had drifted apart because of the difficulties of meeting. ’ She shook her long fair hair back over her shoulder in a gesture that he remembered. ‘Well, first I went into an office’ – she wrinkled her nose - ‘and then I got a job in a linen mill…’ He laughed.
Granny shuffled off calling for the cat. Mrs Mullet looked up the street thinking it was time that Tommy and Linda were coming home. The pictures would have finished half an hour ago at least. Tommy and Linda were sitting in a café drinking coffee. Linda had enjoyed the film, she had had a good cry at one point, but Tommy had been bored. He supposed that was part of the price you had to pay when you took a girl out. He quite liked taking Linda out. She could be very soft and sweet, and it was nice to sit in the cinema holding her hand.
Across the Barricades by Joan Lingard