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Archive for January, 2010

This spring, Chelsea and Xander’s youngest, Olivia Gates, is turning one. I think she and her brother Caleb both inherited their mom’s nose. Chelsea has a definite wider nose than Xander and theirs looks more like hers. But like Caleb, Olivia’s lips look really thin, so those seem to have come from Xander because Chelsea has fuller lips.

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PSU, Spring Semester 2014: Darcy Sutton is 21; Anna Sutton, Madison Craig, Dewey Richard, Bryant Smith and Mona Wiggins are 18 (Edwin Chase, Emma Lloyd and Audrey Sutton are 24; Sunny Sutton is 55; Eric Lloyd is 56)

Bryant hates seeing her walking around the dorm like nothing is wrong between them.

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Prom, Spring 2014: George Tang is 16

It’s prom season in Pine Hollow again and George’s date is his best friend Anita Bryant. George isn’t interested in any of the girls in school and Anita didn’t work up the courage to ask out the girl she wanted to go to prom with, so they decided to go with each other and have fun.

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Mini-update, Spring 2014

(This goes back in time a little bit to the night of the fashion show, so it takes place after Jason and Terri find Nathan and Irma, but before Jason talks to Lilly. Um, hopefully that wasn’t too confusing, LOL.)

“You don’t sleep with my boss!” Terri shouts, once the door has closed behind the baby-sitter. “There are rules of decency and common sense, Nathan.”

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Spring 2014: Jason Lloyd is 26 (Nathan and Terri Gates are 24)

If you had told Jason Lloyd a year ago that he would be sitting front row at a fashion show, he would have laughed.

Fashion shows are not his scene at all.

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Spring 2014: Tammie Austin is 31, Waylon Menon is 34, Baine Austin is 5 (Jason Menon is 46, Zane Smith is 31, Rachel Gates is 25)

“This isn’t the time to talk about this, Tammie,” Waylon says, glancing down at the little boy watching them closely.

“Then when is?” Tammie asks. “We’ve been going to counseling for months and you’re still living over here with your cousin. Why can’t we just put this behind us and move on? I’ve said I’m sorry a thousand times. What more do I have to do?”

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Carol Smith wonders if maybe practicing a little ballet will help ease some of her aches.

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