In the light of day, Cecilia is rethinking her hasty decision to run away from the ghost of her father.
Cecilia is overwhelmed from meeting her father, who just so happens to be a ghost. She did what any other person might do. She fled.
In this snippet she’s had time to think about her hasty retreat.
Cecilia didn’t believe in ghosts until her father, who died tragically 23 years ago, appears to her. She’s still trying to wrap her mind around the fact that ghosts are real. We’re jumping ahead a few sentences in this snippet from last week’s. She threw a few questions at her father. One she asked if her mother could see him. Her father told her no, but he thought she could sense his presence.
Now for the snippet. Cecilia glances at her father, taking in his appearance all at once…
Cecilia has dismissed the voice she heard, believing she dreamed that someone had spoke to her. She heads back to the study….
Recap from last week’s snippet: Cecilia was reading her late father’s journal. She was alone or so she believed until she hear a voice.
Recap from last week’s snippet: Cecilia found her father’s journal. Should she read it or not? What would you do?
Recap from last week’s snippet: Cecilia reads a disturbing note in her father’s journal: I don’t fear the reaper. It’s the humans with death in their eyes that scare me shitless. If you’re reading this, death found me when my back was turned.
Cecilia found her father’s journal hidden beneath a floorboard. She’s referring to her father in this first sentence of the snippet. Before her father died, his bandmates claimed he was paranoid.
The projector started on its own and Cecilia is watching a tender scene with her father when she was about three years old.
Cecilia is cleaning up after her mother who was having a pity party as she mourned her husband who had died over 23 years ago. She was watching old films and reminiscing. Cecilia was about to turn off the projector, but it started on its own.