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One Day

Brian was finally home, after a long and exhausting day at work. The entire week, for that matter, had been particularly challenging, and as he thought about what tasks awaited him in the coming days, he couldn't help but feel slightly overwhelmed. Despite all of that, however, he still had a smile on his face, because he knew that he had something special to look forward to at the end of the day — and it awaited him on the other side of the front door. As he stepped inside the house, he was greeted by the sight of his beautiful wife, Jessica, standing in the hallway. She rushed over to him, throwing her arms around him in a tight embrace. “Hi, honey, how was work today?” She asked, placing a peck on his cheek.
Brian let out a deep sigh, grateful to finally be home. “Long and tiring, just like usual. But someone’s gotta open and close that building every day, y'know?” Looking down at himself, he realized that he was still wearing the key ring for his job. With the amount of keys attached, it held a considerable weight. He removed the key ring from his waist and hung it on the wall, instantly feeling lighter, as if relieved of a great burden.
Jessica's loving expression faded into a slight frown, as she bore bad news: “Well…in other news, boss couldn't get me enough hours this week.”
Brian scoffed in disbelief. “Does he seriously not have enough for you? With the way things are over there, I think he’d have plenty to spare.”
“I know, I know, but this job is all I have right now. It’s better than nothing at least,” Jessica replied, her voice tinged with disappointment.
Reluctantly, Brian nodded in agreement. “Yeah, I guess so.” He knew she worked hard and deserved better, but he was also grateful that she had a job, even if it wasn't ideal.

Brian sauntered over to the couch and collapsed onto it, relaxing. As he rested his head on the couch, he closed his eyes and let out a long sigh. He could feel the tension in his muscles start to fade away as he sank into the soft cushions.
Jessica would then join him. “C'mere…” She said as she pulled him into a hug. The weight of the day seemed to dissipate as he basked in the warmth of his wife's embrace, and for a moment, he forgot all about his troubles.
"You aren't safe here."
He thought about how lucky he was to have Jessica in his life. She was his rock, his support system, his best friend. Even on the toughest of days, she always found a way to make him feel better. Her mere presence was enough to ease his worries and calm his anxieties. For some time, the two held each other in a cuddle, enjoying each other's company and the peacefulness of their home.
"You need to leave."
He was filled with love, with comfort, with relief. He had the sense that, no matter what, everything would turn out alright, as long as he and his love were together. It felt good – too good to be true.
“you could stay here with her forever. you could be happy.”
Brian’s eyes narrowed, and he pulled away from the hug, stepping back. Jessica frowned, giving a confused look. “What's wrong?”
Brian shook his head. “No, no. This isn’t right. Something is wrong here.” He said, shaking his head.
Then, in his peripheral vision, he saw mysterious figure; with light skin and pinkish hair, clad in black boots and a long red leather coat. Brian stood up from the couch and stomped towards the person. “Who the Hell are you?! What are you doing in my ho

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