|In My Daughter's Eyes
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What will the special agents do to save one little girl before time runs out?Rated: Fiction K+ - English - Chapters: 4 - Words: 2,724 - Reviews: 17 - Favs: 6 - Follows: 12 - Updated: 05-19-06 - Published: 03-06-06 - id: 2832595
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In My Daughter's Eyes
7864 K Street and Georgia
She stood in front of the apartment building holding the small hands of her most precious possession. Her baby girl was going to
live in a nice, warm, loving and secure home, she repeatedly thought to herself. Something which she couldn't provide for
her child ever again. Her memories of the past four years washed over her in a huge wave of emotion and pain. She could
clearly picture her late husband four years ago, giving her instructions if anything went wrong with him in the future. He told her to
take their unborn child to 7864 K Street and Georgia, apartment number 264. He told her this over and over again, ranting and
raving on how they were in danger in the past five weeks. The doctors had always needed to sedate him. If she hadn't made that
choice the doctors would have sent him away in some institution instead. The will he made had left her no choice but to leave their
baby girl on the front steps of a place that was foreign to her. As the memories faded away she walked across the concrete
walkway. If only she hadn't opened that letter, she muttered under her breath as she neared the building door. She took out a key
and let herself and her daughter in. After an elevator ride to the correct floor, she took the sealed envelope and placed it in the
heavily blanketed basket. She walked up to the apartment door and placed the basket on the welcome mat. She turned to her
"Mommy is going to be right back baby. You just sit tight right here okay?"
"Okay. But mommy I'm twired. I wanna go to sweep."
"That's fine sweetie. Go to sleep. I'll be right back." She said as she kissed her baby girl's forehead. When she knew her precious
girl was fully asleep, she took one last look and walked away under the cover of early morning, not knowing that her daughter
would know the person sleeping behind the certain apartment door.