Lessons of life
Everything belongs to Shed/Shed Scotland Productions.
Another…yes you've guessed it, Sian/Michael fic.
Warning: Could see similarities with a Friends episode.
Sian bit her lip and looked at her watch. She was in the school toilets. It was lesson time but she had a free period. It had been four months since she and Michael had gotten back together but lately she had been feeling giddy and a bit sick.
'Perhaps you're coming down with something.' Michael suggested when she had told him that morning, 'Do you want to stay at home today?'
Sian had shaken her head, 'No, it's probably nothing, I'm sure I'll be fine.'
'Well… OK if you're sure.' Michael replied, he had looked worried.
Now here she was in the toilets…waiting. As she waited, she thought about the possible outcome and it made her smile, she realised that she wanted it to happen. Sian wasn't sure about Michael though, he was just about getting used to being in a committed relationship, he wouldn't be ready for this yet. But they would cross that line when they came to it. Sian looked at her watch, it was time, slowly, she looked down, a blue line! Slowly, she grabbed the instructions. Yep! It was true. Slowly, Sian looked at herself in the mirror and a small smile spread across her face, a hand instantly went to her stomach, she slowly got out a self-seal plastic bag and put the test inside, sealing the bag up carefully she sighed. She knew it was gross, but she didn't want one of the kids finding it, she knew if they did, it would be around the school like wildfire. She would put it in one of the outside bins. Slowly she headed outside and made a bee-line for Michael's office just as the bell rang for morning break.
Michael was busy typing when he heard a knock on the door. He sighed, everything had been so perfect lately, even his paperwork was appealing! Getting back with Sian had been the best decision he'd ever made and he was definitely not going to let her go again. He thought back to this morning, he hoped she was feeling better, she had seemed a bit peaky this morning, he knew there was a lot of illness going around this time of year which was why he had nagged her to get the flu jab. He heard a knock at the door,
Sian opened the door, 'Hey!'
Micheal'sface lit up, it always did when he saw her he got up and went round to her, pulling her into his arms, 'Hey! How are you feeling?'
Sian smiled, 'I'm much better.'
'Yes! I'm fine!' She hesitated, 'Listen, I was thinking perhaps we could have a quiet night in.'
Micheal smiled, 'Sounds great! I'll certainly need it after today, been rushed off my feet, seems the LEA get paranoid when one of their schools is being set up in a different country!'
Sian smiled, she's always loved the way he could add a spark to a seemingly boring subject, 'OK! Great!' She kissed him tenderly, 'Speak later then?'
He smiled, 'OK!' He hesitated, 'And you sure you're feeling alright?'
Sian smiled, 'I'm sure, if I feel like I'm going to drop dead; be sure to contact Linda to arrange the flowers.'
Micheal shot her an appraise look, 'Not funny!'
She laughed, 'I know, but couldn't resist! Speak later!'