"I'm sure gonna miss annoying you," said Daniel. Jeremy laughed as he stuffed his belongings into his duffel bag. "Yeah well I'm sure you'll be able to find some poor sap to pick on.' Looking around the small room, Jeremy was all too anxious to return to the states. The next morning Lizzy was waiting to be discharged. Mr. Curtis came the same time Dr.Talbert did. "Okay Ms Jones here are your discharge papers. Do you have someone to come get you?" Before Lizzy could speak, Mr. Curtis spoke. "I'll be Ms Jones' driver. Is there any special instructions for her?" LIzzy smiled as Dr. Talbert told her former employer about getting plenty of rest. A nurse arrived with a wheelchair. When Lizzy gave the doctor a puzzled expression, he assured her that it was standard procedure.
"Thank you for bringing me back to the apartment, said Lizzy to Mr. Curtis. The gentleman smiled, "It's no problem Lizzy and make sure you get some rest." Lizzy stepped into her apartment and smiled. She can still smell faint rugged aftershave that Jeremy used. Looking around she noticed how clean and tidy Jeremy left the apartment. Jeremy made sure that all the bills were taken care of before he left, because the bills were nicely placed in her office area with receipts. Laying down on her nice soft bed Lizzy soon fell fast asleep. She didn't know how long she was out, but the knocking at the front door woke her up. "Hey are you up for some shopping?" asked Lori. The women embraced as Lori stepped into the foyer.
"Of course I am lets go," responded Lizzy. Jeremy had phoned his uncle and told him of his returning home. "That's great Jeremy when's your flight?" Jeremy laughed and said, "Well I'm at the Miami terminal. Do you think you can come and get me now?" Mike nearly dropped the phone, but quickly recovered. "I hate when you surprise me like that. Alright I'll be there in a few just sit tight." Lizzy and Lori went to several dress shops and boutiques. "Oh I like this one," said Lizzy when she stepped out of the dressing room.