Sally had many mixed feelings about the look on Maria’s face. That look was her idea look, which sometimes ended up with the best moments of Sally’s life—but just as often ended up with the days that Sally would most like to forget.
“I’ve got it,” Maria smiled.
Sally decided to throw caution to the wind, and sighed. “Got what, Mar?”
“How to get back at Mark.” Maria grinned. Sally’s heart dropped a little. Mark. Sally’s now ex boyfriend. The first person to both tell her that he loved her and to cheat on her. Talk about mixed feelings—anger, sadness, love, disgust—all came to mind with the name Mark. “I know, I know, you just want to forget and move on—but let’s face it Sal—you won’t just forget and move on. You need vengeance.”
“Vengeance?” Sally raised an eyebrow, “Really? Don’t you think you’re being a little overdramatic here?”
“Admit it. It will make you feel better to know that you have ruined his day—even for a little bit, no matter how petty.” Maria pointed out.
Sally sat silently, unwilling to admit that the idea sounded absolutely great to her. She let the silence hang between them for a little bit longer before. “Okay. What have you got.”
“Glitter.” Maria smiled even wider.
“Glitter?” Sally asked, not one hundred percent sure she wanted to know the answer.
“Yep. C’mon. I’ll show you.”