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Starts out in season 5

Brock-48

Reba-45

Cheyenne and Van-24

Elizabeth-4

Henry-6- 1 year when Brock went missing

1)

Reba sat on the couch. She was on the internet like she always was. She spent most of her free time searching for Brock. He went missing five years ago. The family had moved on, but still believed in their hearts that Brock was alive.

"Mom, we're home," Jake called, as he walked into the kitchen with his brother Henry.

Reba closed her laptop and went into the kitchen to greet her five-year-old and ten-year-old. Henry hugged her. "So, how was your school day?" Reba asked, getting the boys a snack.

"Good. My teacher said I look like Dad," Henry said.

"He does. Out of all of us, he looks like Dad the most," Jake said.

"Jake had basketball practice and I watched. He was good," Henry commented.

"Mom, do you think Grandma Liz has anything to do with Dad disappearing? You always said she was evil." Jake said as he got a juice box for himself and Henry.

"She wasn't too concerned about Dad," Henry said. Referring to a few years ago when she came to visit in 2002 and wasn't concerned Brock had been missing for almost two years.

"She wasn't, was she?" Reba said.

"Are you ever going to date?" Jake asked

"No, legally I am still married to your father," Reba explained. To the boys, she did not want to date. She wanted Brock back.

"I want to meet Daddy," Henry declared. He was a year-old when Brock went missing.

"I don't remember him much. I do remember he doesn't make good grilled cheese sandwiches. However, he makes good peanut butter and banana crackers," Jake told Henry.

"Your dad bought five grain bread that time," Reba told Jake. Those were some of the happy moments when Brock spent time with her and the kids, he was ecstatic when he found out he was having another son.

"It was like eating sand," Jake commented.

Reba told the boys stories about their father as they ate their snack.

"Go on upstairs. It's time to do your homework," Reba suggested. Jake and Henry left. Reba sighed and cleaned up. She looked at a picture of her and Brock. It was taken the day of their wedding. Reba started to cry. She missed Brock so much. She wanted him back she sank down against the counter. She cried for the years he missed with them- Cheyenne's graduation, the birth of their fourth child, the birth of their first grandchild. He missed so much in the children's lives. She cried for the memories that hadn't been made- the lost anniversaries, the missed birthdays, the missed hugs and kisses.

Kyra walked in and saw her mom crying. She hugged her. "It is okay, Mom," she told her.

Kyra hated seeing her mom cry. "Please don't cry mom"

Reba nodded. "Kyra, go and do your homework."

Kyra nodded and left. Reba pulled herself together and called the private detective, Narvel Blackstock. He told her about the leads he had.

"Have you found him yet?" Reba asked.

"No, Reba. I am sorry."

"I know." Reba talked to him for a bit before she hung up.

Cheyenne walked in.

"Mom, you need to get over dad and start dating."

"No, my husband is alive. I can feel it," Reba said as her cell phone rang. She answered the call. Suddenly, she clicked it off and ran out of the house to her car.


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