Last week my old man took kids 1, 2 and 4 to Seattle for a week to see kid 4’s sister graduate high school. I also took kid 3 to his grandmother’s to stay, so I’ve been alone, gloriously alone for a whole week. It was nice. I had some quiet for a change and I got a lot done.
Yesterday, the old man (yes, I call him that in real life) came home with kid 2. (Kids 1 and 4 are spending a week with kid 4’s other sister.) They arrive home and kid 2 is sick. her tonsils are swollen big with white spots, so I load her up and take her to urgent care. They give her medication, we come home, all is good.
Until midnight. I had been in bed for less than an hour when she woke me up and told me (via having typed it on her kindle, because she hurt so bad she wouldn’t talk,) that she was having trouble breathing. I took her to the emergency room. We spent hours in the emergency room. Blood draw, IV, meds, (including a steroid that took a while but brought the swelling down,) wait, wait, wait. End result. She has mono. Wait more before we’re finally released. We walked out of the hospital at 6 AM. By the time we got home the old man had already left for work. We both went to bed and passed out. I slept for a couple hours. I’m totally exhausted.
She’s fine and has been doing her best to eat all the popsicles in the house before anyone else comes home.
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Now that the kids are older, the old man and I manage to get out more. Sometimes we go watch a sporting event, which is what he likes to do. (Okay, so he watches whatever event and I sit there with my notebook or laptop and work while we take our time eating.) But sometimes, we go see a movie, I had gotten to the point that I didn’t care to go to the theater, because it’s more comfortable to wait until whatever it is comes out on disc and watch it at home… Until recently. A few months ago one of the theaters in town remodeled so that all 7 of their screens now have recliners. These, I love. Now I’m happy to get out of the house for a bit and go see a movie.
My first choice recently? King Arthur, Legend of the Sword.
Despite what my children and the old man think, I didn’t choose the movie because it stars Charlie Hunnam. Though he was a very nice bonus. The story was good, it was a different twist on the old King Arthur tale that kept me interested the whole time and didn’t totally disregard the original. I really enjoyed it, not only for the eye candy but that was good too. The action was good, the twist in the tale was good, it even kept you guessing just a little because you didn’t know what they’d changed and how that fit into the story.
Overall? I’m waiting for a sequel!
That time has come!
Rachel’s brother’s gone missing and behind the scenes in Las Vegas is a big place to be lost. A strange meeting at a party could lead her to finding her brother…or a mate.
Chris has been hunting for his step-sister. He’s only recently taken over the werewolf Fraction and is trying to bring everyone back together and find his sibling. What he wasn’t expecting was for his search to find his mate. A dragon shifter.
But can it work if she’s a dragon and he’s a werewolf?