“I can’t believe Becky even said,” that, Miriam growled, slamming her books onto her desk in the dorm room. “I mean, what business is it of hers whether I go out with Dick?”
“Slow down,” her roommate Sandy said, surprising herself when she realized she was waving her hands in the air, as if she could somehow slow Becky’s tirade that way. “What did you say she said?”
Becky paced the four open feet between the desks. “She said I might want to be careful before I got too involved with him. “
“I have no idea. She said she didn’t want to talk about it, but she knew he’d done something awful to another girl he went out with.”
“So, you’re saying she never actually went out with Dick herself?” Sandy asked.
“No, she didn’t,” Becky responded. She finally plopped down on the edge of the window sill, her back to the palette of fall leaves that colored the entire campus. “So, what difference does it make to her?”
“Well, maybe she’s jealous. Otherwise, why would she even pay that much attention to him?”
“Maybe. I don’t know. What do you think I should do?” Becky asked, sounding a little dejected.
“Well, as the bard said, ‘All the past is prologue,” Sandy said. “Or, as Scarlett put it, ‘Tomorrow is another day.’ Guess you just need to wait to see what she – or he – does next.”