Margot watches as her mom walks back into the kitchen. She is disgusted at the inhumane way in which her mom handled the situation. She continues her walk across the hallway,stops for a beat, and looks into the crack of her parent's room next door. Her father is smoking his cigar and looking out the window. She looks down, and continues her way into her room. She sets her bag down and flops herself onto her bed on her stomach, and swings her back onto the bed, her fingers interlaced, her stare stuck on the ceiling.She moves her eyes towards the window on her right, and shifts her body. She then notices a book on her bedside table. She grabs it, reads the back, chuckles, and opens it. It's a self-help book her sister had left her. Inside the front cover she reads: "Read it, you need it. Love, Your Sister". She chuckles again, and puts it back on her bedside table. She takes her cell phone out of her pocket, and presses on number 5 speed dial.