Sorry Mum, I'm a Lesbian

Harmony lives in a Catholic household in a Church of England society, and has never found it easy. But when she discovers she's a lesbian, she has to lead several different lives at once to cover up secrets that would make her friends and family ashamed. Her already complicated life starts getting harder to handle, so she asks herself: 'Would it hurt anyone to tell her sister?' She does, and that move gets her life spinning out of control. Can Harmony pull the right strings to untangle her knotted life?


10. Weeks Later

A few weeks passed and me and Cassie-Leigh were closer than ever. We were always going round each others houses and she told her mum about us- yes, there is an us! Her mum was very understanding and welcomed me over whenever. I just had to tell my mum we were best buddies so we always stuck together. She believed me fortunately.

The next Saturday, Cassie and her mum invited me over to have a sleepover, and at 2.00pm my Dad dropped me off outside a lovely thatched cottage in Dandelion Meadow. Me and Cassie-Leigh had the best time ever, and her mum was so much nicer than my own. I wish I could be her daughter!

That night me and Cassie-Leigh shared secrets.

"My real name is Cassidy-Leigh Ann Marie Kennedy!" she spat out laughing.

"Oh my gosh that is so long!" I paused, and then joined her in laughing. She choked to try and get herself to stop.

"Harmony....I mean Harry, you know your mum hates you to say that!"

"I can't be fucked what my mum thinks anymore!" I said laughing around with my girlfriend; I swore so much more with her than I ever did with Zoey or Emma. I had a feeling that Cassie wanted to desperately change the subject.

"What's your real name Harry?" she obviously didn't want to just yet.

"It's horrible! Harmony Hosanna Stevenson!" I spurted out in a really bad and rude imitation of my mum. At that moment Cassie's mum walked in.

"Hey girls, I know this is your first sleepover together, so I know you won't wanna sleep! I bought you up a bowl of chocolate and caramel popcorn to keep you occupied through the night."

"Wow,thanks!" we both said together grinning. We waited until we knew she was downstairs to talk again. 

"Can I move in! Your mum is way way way nicer than mine!" I blurted without thinking.

Cassie burst out laughing. I tried to keep a straight face as I told her I wasn't joking, but, her laughter was so contagious that I quickly joined her. Soon we were toppling off the bed and hyperventilating with laughter.

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