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What had he said? He wasn’t coming back; was that it? His dad’s words rumbled around inside him, making his chest tight, filling his heart and soul and lungs with hurt. Every breath was a struggle. His dad was gone. He was gone and there was nothing Cody could do about it. Come back, Dad! The words stayed stuck in his throat this time, and he stared down. Stay, feet. Don’t move. He’ll come back; he will. Cody lifted his eyes to the place where the cab had turned. Any second, right? He’d turn around, come back home, tell them all he was sorry for getting so mad, right?
Cody was nothing like those cowboys. Through middle school and high school, past his eighteenth birthday when he qualified for his Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association card; through event after event when sheer fury drove him to stay on bulls that couldn’t be ridden; through the first two seasons when he first noticed Ali, the first two seasons when people started whispering that maybe there was no better bull rider than the independent Cody Gunner and no better barrel racer than the untouchable Ali Daniels, through all the travel and women and rank rodeo stock, he couldn’t get one thought out of his head: His father walked out of Carl Joseph’s life because the kid had Down syndrome, because something was clearly wrong with that son.
A slow breath eased across Ali’s lips. ” She took the vest, slipped one arm through, then the other, and zipped it. A few more snaps and she was ready. She looked out again and saw a group of bundled-up cowboys making their way across the snow-covered parking lot toward Stadium Arena. They laughed, listening to the shortest one in the group, hanging on to whatever story he was telling. Not far back, three couples followed, headed the same way. This was Denver in late January, the season opener; festivities at the National Western Stock Show and Rodeo would start early and end late.
A Thousand Tomorrows & Just Beyond The Clouds Omnibus (Cody Gunner) by Karen Kingsbury