Narrated by Audrey
Spooky Day was a lot of fun this year, though we didn’t get many trick-or-treaters. But my cousin Xander’s little girl Bianca did come by dressed as a cat, though without any cat ears.
Sinjin can honestly say that he loves his job. He was never one of those people who knew from a young age what they wanted to do. He used to be envious of the kids at school who swore that they would doctors or lawyers or teachers or writers. Sinjin never had a clear idea of what he wanted or could do.
Then his “lost” years came along and then rehab. Jumping from one dead end job to another became a sort of career for him. But Audrey made him want more, made him want a job he could be proud of, a real career he could work hard at.
Narrated by Emma
For a while after Gavin and Garrett were born, I wasn’t sure that I’d ever survive with my sanity intact. Two sets of twins so close in age is not a good idea for anyone, least of all a control freak like me. I like having things planned, so it’s funny that both of my pregnancies were completely unplanned.
“Can you please turn that game off?” Lily grumbles across the room, shooting an annoyed look toward her brother. “I’m trying to do homework.”
Madison Craig watches the fish she’s studying as part of the research her supervisor is doing at the lab, but her mind isn’t really on the fish.