By Dianne Wolfer
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They sat in the lounge room and Dad took Mum’s hand. ’ The back door swung open as Luke ran in. ’ Luke squeezed onto the couch between them and Mum sighed. ‘Don’t trample dust in,’ she snapped. ’ Luke flung off his boots and skidded across the floor in his socks. ‘Gerard and Matt have invited me over to play footy at their place. ’ ‘You know,’ Luke sighed, ‘the twins from town. ’ Luke disappeared for a moment, then came back wearing his blue and gold Eagles’ jumper. He fumbled amongst the packing boxes until he found his football.
Mum was in heaven as we drove along the highway. We’d had heavy, winter rains and a carpet of pink, yellow and cream everlastings bordered the road. ‘What a pity Luke is missing them,’ Mum said. ’ I snorted, knowing how Luke hated going on wildflower walks through Kings Park. ‘Mmm, I suppose you’re right,’ Mum said. ’ I looked at my watch as Mum pulled off the highway by an old bridge on the outskirts of Northam. The school siren would have sounded five minutes ago. I pictured my friends walking into biology class and enjoyed a sudden feeling of f reedom.
51 I chewed the end of my pen and then, remembering Joanna’s comments about me being so remote, crossed out the last sentence. But you could still see the words, so I screwed up the paper and started again. The trip out here was unbelievable. Mum hit a kangaroo and we didn’t know what to do. But in the end it jumped up and hopped away. I re-read the letter. The second draft was better, but Joanna would probably still think it was dumb. I looked out at the night sky. Why did I still care about Joanna’s opinion when I was here in the middle of nowhere?