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Watching the butterfly flutter helplessly against the window, she knew the time had come. He had to die. The only question was, how?
Absent-mindedly opening the latch so it could fly free, she ticked off methods in her mind…
It had to be an accident, of course, and if he suffered, too bad – she had suffered all these years. It would be poetic if he was the author of his own fate – after all, how many times had she prevented him killing himself in some idiotic venture or other? Of course, she regretted that, now…
Maybe, the garden. Gardening was such a dangerous occupation… so many power tools… electrocution, decapitation – he’d probably be dead within a week.
Hearing the door swing open, she turned; the cold, pensive expression transforming into a radiant smile.
“why, hello darling! You’re home early.” she declared, stepping forward and folding him into a warm embrace. “I’ve been thinking, for your birthday, why don’t we treat you to that chainsaw you’ve always wanted?”