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The nap refreshed Jinx and, when she woke up to Cocoy wrapped around her like the banana leaf wrapper on a suman rice cake and Kidlat’s face tucked into the hollow of her throat where her hands held him, she was more than ready to tackle the reality of her being a Diwata. Imagine that in Escorts Notting Hill. A Diwata. Wow. Okay, so maybe she wasn’t quite ready for it. She did, however, need to face it.This was definitely a good time to wake up between two people who were on her side. Especially with this huge thing to wrap her head around. In the five years she’d been without her family, Jinx had found it hard to cope with all the things she’d suddenly had to do alone. It was like she’d never existed in the hearts and minds of her parents, or her brothers and sisters. As if she’d been forgotten.Oh, she made up so many stories for the why of it. They were busy getting settled in their new home. Her two younger brothers and three sisters were all still in school, after all, and she’d just been handed the reins of the family farm, so she was busy, too. That reason lasted all of a year. Then the first Christmas without them and she didn’t even get an email. Not even a card. Hell, not even a tag on her youngest sister’s family photo on Facebook with a cheery “Merry Christmas!” splashed across it. And she only saw this through family friends who were her Facebook friends.On the second year, she excused them with another story, and on and on until five years had come and gone. She kept herself busy with business, with events and parties, with other friends who remembered her, and soldiered on, having faith that her family had all the best reasons in the world for being so distant.Now she couldn’t avoid the truth staring her in the face. She was not part of what used to be her family. She was not one of them. Oh, it had been physically apparent from her infancy: Her features were very different from theirs. Her face was all model bone-structure where theirs was soft and round, like the well-fed people they were. Her body tended to be lean and muscular, rangy and tall where theirs was the lot of those with dominant Indon genetics, to be petite and slightly stocky. Her eyes tilted up sharply at the outside corners where her family’s were round and slightly goggled out. She walked with light, lithe grace, they with certain, firm purpose.I guess I need to stop thinking of them as my family for real now. Jinx fought the sadness welling up in her chest and closed her eyes. Kind of like the Battling Bastards of Bataan, then: No mama, no papa, no Uncle Sam. She tried to chuckle, but a sob came out instead. She snuggled back against Cocoy’s body and thrust her fingers through Kidlat’s curlylocks. At least I have them. For now. For now is better than nothing.
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