Chapter 4.28: Text Messages & Teenagers

Dexter found himself continuing to text his new friend Sasha, even after finding out that she made it home safe. There was just something about talking to her that felt so natural. Even though it had been a little while, he decided to send her another message, just to check in and maybe start some conversation. He had experienced a tense day at school, once again feeling anxious around so many people and itching to get back home and work on his homework. But interestingly, upon arrival to the Waite Estate, he found himself wondering about Sasha Pruett and more surprisingly found himself texting her before he even sat down at his dining room table.





He found that texting back and forth completely eased his tension from being at school all day, and he could blissfully settle into his homework without stress. Even though the subject matter of the conversation was not cheerful, he was able to find comfort in it all the same. Dexter was the type of sim to develop strong and deep connections with just a few people, not needing praise from the many. This was something he had in common with his father, and something that his mother would never understand.

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2 thoughts on “Chapter 4.28: Text Messages & Teenagers

  1. theplumbob says:

    Look how deep those texts have gotten. I didn’t even know that was such a thing as deep texts! But a connection has definitely been made (and it has nothing to do with reception đŸ˜€ – sorry I couldn’t help it. I need to stop with lame jokes :D)

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    • RenĂ©e Lenore says:

      HA HA HA! reception… connection… *chucklesnort* I send LONG and deep texts frequently, actually. I think it has something to do with being introverted, introspective, and verbose. It’s almost difficult to send short and simple texts for me… my text messages normally end up like mini-novellas or something. Dexter has a similar … ailment? đŸ˜‰

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