9044 Chapter 44 of: “Twinergy and the Boys of Clear Lake!”

Just then the Nurse walked up to the women and asked, “Can I bring you in some coffee or refreshments for all of you?”

Nadia: “That would be wonderful, maybe some soda’s, water, and snacks for all of these hungry kids. Thank you.”

Cody who was watching the conversation take place approached them and tugged on the Nurses sweater. She looked down and said, “What is it child.”

Cody replied, “We were just wondering if you could find out who brought the clothes into me and Sasha’s room this morning. If its not to much trouble.”

Why is that.”

Well, whoever it was helped us find an important necklace we were looking for.”

Oh, ok, I’ll check.” As she walked away.

Just then, at the edge of the door, another nurse, heavy set, walked up to the entrance, and said, “By the way boy, did that penny bring you what you were looking for child?”

Yes mam. Yes, indeed it did!”

Good for you son!” as she reached the door and turned around. And child?”

Yes Nurse Lincoln?”

I brought you boys your clothes in this morning. Among other things!” And with that she gave Cody a wink, and was gone.”

They all enjoyed the snacks and cold-cuts that were sent to them along with the drinks. And now with the series of events that had taken place, there was laughter and joy that filled the room replacing the tears and pain of the last couple days. After a couple hours they were informed that Nika and Sequoia were returned to their rooms and all the new tests were complete. The Doctors still looked over the data, and couldn’t believe that all the damage to Nika’s skull was somehow repaired. And even though the scar was still there on his scalp, there was no signs of any damage to the skull itself. And he also had no apparent loss of memory or deviated speech. He appeared to be a very normal thirteen year old boy. Even though we all know there’s nothing normal about Nika.

And as for Shawnee, his heart and vitals were all fine as well. And you couldn’t tell he was ever injured. The family and friends were told they could visit the boys in their room as long as no more than five at a time, and not past eight O’clock.

Dr. Hudson, with the help of Sasha and Mr. V were able to finally convince Tanner to unlock the door to the helicopter and come back down with them. But the two guards from earlier….well, let’s just say, if looks could kill!”

They made their way downstairs and were told about the two boys and the rules concerning visiting them. And the two boys were already talking up a storm telling each other about their adventures, Sequoia in the Shadow World he had been held captive, and Nika, in his comatose state. They did both agree that they did indeed possess a very powerful gift, and that now Cody was beginning to develop his, and that Sasha had the power as well. Sequoia very seriously let Nika know, in no uncertain terms, that they were now initiated, and would have many more adventures helping others. And that they were also now a team, and referred to the four of them as the “Four Horseman!”

Some of the posse immediately made for the room as soon as the visiting rules were laid down and the parents just let them, knowing they would be along later. Cody pulled Sasha aside and told him about his chat with Nurse Lincoln, and they both agreed to thank her before they left back for Clear Lake that evening. Dr. Hart and Dr. Hudson came back in and told Niklas and Nadia that after re-examining Nika in the morning, that if he has a clean bill of health he would be released at that time. The lost Social Worker also came in to speak to Dr. Hart regarding Shawnee, and she was brought current on the happenings of the afternoon. He asked what had happened to her and inquired where she was all morning and afternoon. She replied very agitated, that someone had shoved her in a broom closet and locked the door. At which time Tanner and Jace just kinda gave each other a weird look and retreated to the back of the crowd, away from the Social Worker. The only reason she wasn’t more perturbed was because Shawnee had fully recovered.

Niklas, Nadia, and Golden Fawn did approach her and stated their intent to file for adoption and asked her advice which she heartfeltly gave them. She said she would love for them to do that under any circumstances and commended them for wanting to provide the boy a permanent home. Dr. Hart, also standing there said, “I figured as much Niklas.” and turned to the the Social worker and said, “I’ve known this man for ten years and if you would like my support as a character witness or referral, than you have it.” She replied that getting that from the Chief of Staff of a major Hospital would in all likelihood advance the timetable.

Dr. Hart and Dr. Semoni did speak privately to Niklas and Nadia, instructing them that they were to make a follow-up appointment for the next week for Sasha because of something irregular in his blood test, and they wanted to take a closer look at that and him as well.

As afternoon turned into evening, and after all the boys and family talked themselves out of their own voices with Nika and Sequoia, it was agreed everyone would head home. Abby would take the SUV and only Golden Fawn, Nadia, and Niklas would stay the night back at the hotel/casino, and would bring Nika back the next morning after his release. The last act of the day was for Golden Fawn, Nadia, and Niklas to go see their sons, and inform Sequoia not to panic. That they would be visiting him at the orphanage regularly till the adoption procedure was complete. He was happy with that, and even agreed to have his name changed back to Sequoia, but wanted to keep Shawnee as a middle name seeing as he did not have one.

When all the goodbyes were said and done, everyone was making their way to the parking lot, Cody and Sasha ran up to Abby and told her to please wait. That they had to personally thank Nurse Lincoln for all of her help, and say goodbye. Abby agreed to wait and off the boys went to the front desk. They had a shift change and Maggie was gone, but the cute red head from the day before asked if she could help them. The boys asked for Nurse Lincoln, and so the nurse had her paged. After 5 minutes or so there was no reply, so the boys asked again. The nurse paged her again, and said, “let me check the duty roster. You said her name was Lincoln?”

Yes, she’s African American, and kinda heavy set.”

Are you sure, that doesn’t ring a bell.”

Of course we’re sure she’s the head nurse, and she’s been helping us the last couple days.”

Well, I’m not doubting you boys, but if she works here, she’s not the head nurse We only have three, one for each shift. And I know all of them.”

Sasha, “But that can’t be, I know she’s here.”

No one by that name in the computers boys.”

Just then Dr. Hart saw the commotion going on and said, “What’s wrong you guys. I thought you already headed home with your sister?”

Sasha: “We were, but we wanted to thank nurse Lincoln, and this lady said she doesn’t work here and she’s not a head nurse. We saw her name tag, and what it said. We’re not stupid.”

Maybe you just got the name wrong Boys. Can you describe her to me, I am the chief of staff you know so I know everyone.”

Yah, she’s heavy set, African American, and black and gray hair. About fifty to sixty or so.”

No one like that works here Sasha, I’m sorry.”

It can’t be.”

Well, I must be on my way Sasha.”

Ok, thanks Dr. Hart.”

The Nurse: “Did he call you Sasha?”

Yes, that’s my name.”

Oh, well there’s an envelope back here with your name on it that someone left for you.”

Oh, thank you ma’am.”

Sasha and Cody walked away both shaking their heads. Cody said, “Don’t worry about it Sash, it’s been a weird couple of days. What’s in the envelope?”

I don’t know.” As Sasha tore the end of the envelope off and looked inside. He said, “No letter or anything.” Then he turned it on it’s side as something fell out and into the palm of his hand. He and Cody both looked at it and then at each other. Sasha spoke first, “But why Cody? Why?”

Think about it Sash.”

But it’s dated this year. It doesn’t make any sense?”

Yah Sash, and who’s on the front of it buddy?”

Abraham Linc……………Ohhhhh!”

Yah Sash, as pennies go, lets just say a prayer tonight and thank Nurse Lincoln for her help, whomever she was.”

As they slowly made there way for the door, Cody tripped over his shoelace that had become untied. He knelt down to tie it while Sasha looked at the picture on the wall. It was of the hospitals grand opening in 1911. Cody got back up and started to walk again and saw Sasha still standing there looking at the picture. He said, “You coming dummy, or what?”

Sasha didn’t say a word. So Cody walked over to him and saw goosebumps on his neck, arms, and legs. He looked at Sash and said, “What’s the Matter?”

Sasha just looked over at him and pointed back up to the picture on the wall. Cody stepped closer trying to focus. Then looked quickly back at Sasha, and then back to the picture again. There at the bottom, in the middle of the picture was the Hospitals Staff, gathered around the front steps for its grand opening in 1911. And there in the front row, was none other than, Nurse Lincoln!

 

 

38 Responses to “9044 Chapter 44 of: “Twinergy and the Boys of Clear Lake!””

  1. Steve Says:

    Congratulations Cody on your new Blog site. I’m sure you’ll do well here. And thanks for the email directing me here. Another fantastic chapter! Thanks for sharing. I’m a sucker for coming-of-age love stories, and none I have read so far tops yours! I look forward to future chapters, and anything else you may write. You are a very talented writer, and I wish you the best always!

    ((hugs))

    Steve

    • codyboarder Says:

      thanks steve,

      it’s nice to hear that from you as you have been following the adventures of the boys for so long. i hope you continue with it and enjoy it for a long time to come. be well.

      peAce, cody!

  2. Mike Says:

    Another great chapter!! Your writing is impressive, and now we can follow the story without having to sift through the other shit!! Keep up the good work. Also like the pics on the blog!!

  3. J Phelps Says:

    My best to you always Cody and may you continue to write with the wings of angels by your side!

    Thanks.

  4. Dick Says:

    Cody,
    Another great chapter and a really cool new web site. Way to go. You may recall I have been following this story for a while, and have nit-picked before. Sorry. NEVER USE THE ELEVATORS IN CASE OF A FIRE. This is the number one rule of survival in any multi story building. I really feel bad picking on you every second or third chapter, but this one is a really serious issue that can mean life or death.

    Please keep up the great work and best of luck with the new site.

    Dick

    • codyboarder Says:

      Ahhhhh Dick-meister,
      Yes, yes, i was wondering when you would once again reach out and critique one of my chapters. i must say i was begining to think you were slipping a little, as it has been a few months since you felt compelled to “rattle my cage” just a bit. but alas, just like the phoenix you once again rise from the ashes to put your two cents in on one of my occasional oversights. I will now have to decide weather or not to rework that portion of the chapter or let is be (artistic lisence). were you the one that told me how many logs a good fire makes? anyway, thanks for continuing following the story and dropping in. be well. cody!

  5. Rick Says:

    Hey Kiddo!!

    I followed the link from Tristan’s “A Rent-Boy Named…” (hoping for another chapter!), and all I have to say is…HOW DARE YOU! I started reading your story about 6:00pm yesterday. And, like Tristan’s, I couldn’t stop reading it!!! I finally finished all 12 chapters at 4:00am, and had to get up for work at 6:00. I couldn’t stop at just one, or two, or even three. I was laughing through the whole story, until I got towards the end of Chapter 10. Then, the more I read, the harder I sobbed. It brought back terrible memories when I lost my first (and quite frankly only) love of my life in a car accident our senior year of college. That’s when I became old, cynical, and alone. Sorry, getting off track! Any way, when I finished 12 I was looking for more, wanting more, yerning for more. Please tell me (and don’t lie) that there is more to come. I have to know how Nika and Sequoia do after they’re discharge? How Nika and Cody’s special relationship changes, if at all? And if it does stay the same, and survives the summer, how do they deal with the other classmates and school? Do the three of them develop their “gift” to the same or higher level than Sequoia?

    I realize that the answers to these and many other questions will come in do time with the upcoming chapters (there ARE upcoming chapters are there?). I have to re-live my youth through these two stories. For when I was 11 or 12 (and new I was gay), being from a small logging town on the Washington coast (major rednecks there!), if I had told ANYONE that I was gay or had romantic feeling for another boy, it would have gotten back to my parents, been nuetered, and destined to sing soprano for the boys choir!

    There I go, rambling on again!! Anywho, you and Tristan have two completely different writing styles. You are more descriptive, like when Nika and Cody begin to explore each others bodies, and the feelings (and end results) of the first time they make love, whereas Tristan leaves more to the imagination. That’s not a bad thing! It works for you, so go for it! To hell with the “Neo-Nazitic-Bible-Thumping-Bunny-Huggers! Now there are two highly addictive drugs that I will eventually have to ween myself from: “A Rent-Boy Named…”, and now “Twinergy and the Boys of Clear Lake”. Like Tristan’s book, I will read yours over and over again, and enjoy it just as much as I did last night!

    Take care and God Bless, Rick.

    • codyboarder Says:

      Wow Rick,
      i dont know what to say, except thank you soo much. i think tristan would agree that its a really nice feeling when you put so much work and heart into something that a reader occasionaly lets you know that it, and you are appreciated. i guess your comment alone is worth a couple more chapters. i hope i didn’t get you into any troubles at work, or have to take a sick day. as far as twinergy, it has a long way to go. im wrapping up the first novel with this last chapter or two, and then there should be two more novels to come after that…..kinda like lord of the rings (but in this case, maybe more like lord of the lake…haha). anyway, just out of curiosity, were you rasied along the coast/rain in washington, or more inland? as for more, just keep checking because now that ive changed the format and cut the chapters into about 1,800 to 3,000 word chapters instead of 8,000 to 12,000 words chapters, i can post much more often. and its easier for my readers to take breaks. anyway, i’ll hope you get caught up on your sleep, and keep the comments and suggestions coming. peAce, cody!

  6. austin Says:

    i agree with rick there must be more!!!!!…..as he said you have created a drug …..

    • codyboarder Says:

      haha, thx austin,
      i appreciate you dropping by and checking the place out. there will be more, and now that ive broken up the chapters into like quarters, there easier to read, you can take breaks, and i can post more often. btw, are you a new reader, or did you come from the old site? peAce, cody!

  7. Doug Says:

    Diddo
    Hey Cody, thanks for the email getting me to your new site. I am glad to see you have a good following. I have had the same experience as Rick with another story once or twice but thankfully I have been reading yours since the beginning and have slept well after the tears stopped.
    Doug

    • codyboarder Says:

      hi doug,
      and thanks for coming over to the new site. glad to hear from you again.
      cody!

      • Doug Says:

        The tears are starting to dry up now–I came to your site and followed the link to Rent Boy and got totally sidetracked. So 34 chapters later I remembered I did not read your latest chapters. Better late than never, eh? Time for more happiness and less tears. I am such a sap. I love the 6th sense theme as I have many experiences with it myself. I have a special friend with cp who has never spoke a work in his life yet we have communicated very well for 17 years. This is a great site format with instant comments. Love it, thanks again……..
        Doug

  8. Robert Halladay Says:

    im totally digging the web page now i just gotta commit it to memory. 😀 hell i personally was shocked that sequoia (if thats how you pronounce his name?) came back as a young kid but then again it does make sense. by the way the shortened chapter deal totally fked me over cause i remembered that the latest chapter was chapter 12 so i get on here and i see like 40 chapters so im thinking damn man you’ve been busy for sure lol. peace out man and i look forward to ur next chapter!

  9. Amazing Says:

    Are Cody And Nika two real people who really have each other? if so there lucky, i love actual love stories and not the extremely xxx rated ones’ (rolls eyes)

    • codyboarder Says:

      hey kingpin,
      the characters are all based on me and my friends growing up at our lake. and again, it is a love story, as you are right. i never want it confused with a sex story. i tried to make it both sensitive, but also realistic (as far as the true love, companionship, and feelings are concerned).
      cody

      • Amazing Says:

        Oh that’s so cool companionship and love and trust is kinda hard to find with boys lol i lost alot of group frienships over the cattyness,alpha male attitudes,and competitiveness.Funny thing is these were all boys lol but i found my true friends and am blessed with them and it seems like the ‘Posse’ are real friends’ to each other that’s so cool.

  10. Jasun Says:

    Thank you Cody for your wonderful Adventure with the ‘Clear Lake boys’.
    I hope that there is much more coming as well. Where are your other works located?

    Do you share some of your self with others per chance maybe?

    The Old Parson
    Jasun

    • codyboarder Says:

      your welcome jasun,
      this is my first story. i have writen others, but have not posted or published them as of yet. maybe if this one keeps going over so well, i’ll consider it in the near future. as for sharing myself w/ others, im not sure what you mean. and yes, there is plenty more of twinergy to come. thx again for writing.
      cody!

  11. Jasun Says:

    Now that I have the updated Adventure I hope that this is not the End that would be a very bad wasted talent to say the least.

    Looking for more of this adventure to unfold soon I hope.

    Jasun

  12. Rick Says:

    I grew up less that 20 miles from the ocean of Washington’s central coast. My senior year in high school, I would drive out to the beach early in the morning before class and dig razor clams and bring them back home for fried clams, clam chowder, and so on. In the late summer and early fall months it was either salmon or stealhead (a type of sea run trout) fishing. Mid to late spring I would drive to where the charter boat fishing docks were and catch dungeoness crab. We always had some type of seafood in the freezer! Never was a hunter, even though I would kill for venison! A person could drive less than 20 miles in any direction and you can catch any type of fish you wanted, or hunt deer, elk, bear, duck, grouse (a really stupid bird!), pheasant, you get the picture. The only bad part is that the coastal mountain range (not very tall) and the Olympic Mountains were to the east. You know what happens to water-logged clouds when they hit mountains (or hills). Very rarely did it get cold enough to snow, but there was never a shortage of water (about 70 inches average annual rainfall)! On the plus side though all the plants are always green, and the air always smells fresh. People here in the Seattle area sometimes comment about a rain we had. I just tell them back home we call that a “high dew point” and that it’s not actually raining until the lawn furniture starts to float away!

    • codyboarder Says:

      hey rick,
      soo your aa truck driver huh? perhaps i should have put future chapters on cd so you can listen to them while driving….lol. as far as clouds hitting mountains, i live in the mountains, so im quite aware of that. thats why when the storms hit mt. tallac here, it dumps so much snow, that the north passage around the lake is gated up most of the winter. and as for stealhead, im up on those too. our lake has mackinaw which is a rather large trout (up to 40 to 60 pounds). you usually have to use a pink lady and troll 400 ft or so down to catch them. i eat a lot of trout and salmon. and btw, washington is an awesome state. be well, and ttys.
      cody!

      • Rick Says:

        I’m not a “Truck Driver”. The politically correct term is “International Transportation Specialist of Specialized Commodities” (I have a lot of time to think while staring out a windshield!). BTW, I LOVE audio books! One of my favorite authors (besides you and Tristan, ha-ha) is Patricia Cornwall.

  13. Rick Says:

    Oh, and by the way, I didn’t get in trouble at work and no sick call. But I did have a hard time staying awake while driving my semi-truck!

  14. Octavius Says:

    Hmmm…, not quite sure what I feel at this point. I came in thinking a story about a bunch of kids finding themselves in each other, would be a nice distraction. Then you went all dark and supernatural, and I just couldn’t turn away. The blending of the two was strange at first, but you have done a fairly decent job of it.

    So much so, that I look forward to future chapters. Just by the way though, like a few others, I have plugged your story on my own blog.

    Courage and Honour!

    Octavius.

    • codyboarder Says:

      thank you octavius,
      it’s always a risk deviating from the norm and taking a chance w/ sensitive material. and at the same time throwing in some major surprises. i gauge my effectivness by how my readers respond. so when i get a reply like yours, its great motivation to write more. and thanks for the plug as well, cause starting a new blog from scratch is a struggle and its success depends on word of mouth. thx, cody!

    • Mike Says:

      Octavius,

      Couldn’t have said it better myself! I had the same thoughts about the “supernatural” aspect, which I usually shy away from, but I can’t get enough!!

  15. wade Says:

    Cody, this is one of the most griping stores I’ve ever read. I’ve followed Tristins story from the beginning, and have enjoyed Rent a Boy so much. But I half to say I could not put yours down. I stayed up all night reading yours. Your stile of writing is fantastic. This roller coaster ride you have given us has left me with wanting more. Thank you so much for showing me such a grate talent you have been given. My best to you and yours. Wade

    • codyboarder Says:

      thank you wade, and i hope you catch up on your sleep. i too enjoyed rent-boy, and when im not reading, then im writing. if you keep staying up reading, then ill keep writing and posting chapters.
      ttyl, cody!

  16. TP Says:

    Oh Cody.
    I can describe this story in one word. Wait! No, I can’t. It’s suspenseful, tear-jerking, funny, romantic, and simply amazing. I can’t wait for the new chapters. And I am reading alot about the “old site”. What is this?
    God bless,
    Trent

  17. Stef Says:

    I have to thank Tristan not only for his great story but sending me here to find another absolute gem. Like a lot of the others I am totaly addicted and was up till the early hours of this morning – stopped at chapter 43 so that I could drop back later today finish chapter 44 and thank you for a wonderful read. Can’t wait for more.
    Kindest regards Stef.

  18. Blakmal Says:

    Cody,
    I do not usually reply to story sites but I had to make an exception here. Twinergy is one of the best stories I have ever read. It takes hold of you and will not let go. Keep the chapters coming as I have to know what happens to “the posse”. I also am reading Tristian’s Rent Boy. Both very good stories. You both have a great writing style and keep your fans assured of a fine read.

  19. codyboarder Says:

    thanks blak,
    im glad you like it so much and i can give you some enjoyment. be well.
    ~cody!

  20. Hermes Says:

    Ok, ok… I can only say one thing about the last few chapter… HOLY FREAKIN CRAP! This has to have been the most suspenseful 3 or 4 chapters in any story I’ve ever read, PERIOD, and I’ve read a HELLA lot of them in over 12 years. This story had GOT to be put into the record books!

    Ain’t no way in hell I’m gonna stop reading now!

    YOU ARE T-H-E Man!

    Hermes

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