“Leave me alone,” she snapped, juking around around him on the sidewalk and hurrying away with a quick clack of heels. She had the bag in hand, shoved the bills into his fist, and now all she wanted was to get away. Looks from people who saw her grab the bag didn’t deter her from quickening her pace. They wouldn’t believe her anyway, even if she did stop to explain. All her mind could handle was that she now had the meds she needed to save her son.