The Shim (part 14)


With a broad gesture, Anton opened the window and put out his arm. “Come in, buddy,” he said, louder than meant. Luckily. He knew what he was not allowed to do, but a friend goes for everything. He does not leave you outside. With his finger in front of his mouth he snuck with Willem after him to his bedroom.


“ So here you hang out all the time.” Willem finds it as if it were the most common thing in the world. Anton nods shy. Now that he's obtained from the first shock, dozens of questions come to him

 


The broad grin of Willem makes up for a lot, so with a sigh he drops himself on his bed. He will see what the evening brings.

Willem has settled in his chair. Deeped in his backpack he takes certain things out of it. Also some refreshments, meant for that evening. “If you get hot water from the tap, Willem explains, then I have some cocoa powder here, is fine for an evening like this.”

 In a glass that comes out of the dining room and a cup from the washbasin for brushing your teeth, they sit at the lukewarm chocolate water a little later.
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