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  1. Same to you tim. I'm glad you dropped in and posted. It's supposed to rain all day, so that will give me some lazy indoors time. After last week, I need it!
  2. I agree with you. I can't see Penn not having a conversation with Jason, particularly in light of the Nash ordeal, but I'm not seeing any sort of deep thing going on with the two of them other than being F*%$ buddies. What I can envision is that Nash now realizes he has a good chance of getting Penn back and he's going to fight and fight hard for that. Of course @Mrsgnomie can always throw a huge monkey wrench into everything and we could have a Royal Rumble break out. And it wouldn't surprise me if the kids c*#k block Jason from Penn. They're 100% about Nash.
  3. spyke

    Prologue

    I'm glad that you're back with a new edition for the CAP series. So we're getting Will, all Will, right? YAY!!!
  4. I'm glad that you're able to keep your getaway plans @kbois. Sounds like fun and I hope that you have a terrific time! Work today beat the tar out of me, so I'm going to call it a very early night. Take care all and have a good evening.
  5. Did we make a bit of a mess?? I can sympathize because been there and done that. LOL
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    Dangerous Waters

    “It’s not proof of trust. It’s a fucking buttplug.” Glad I got that one right. I'm really enjoying Edward and Adrian. They've got each other matched blow for blow. Shane is going hard after Jared I got the strangest feeling when the three of them were discussing Ryan. I'm wondering if Ryan was the one who threw the punch?? Great chapter Laura. Can't wait for the next installment!
  7. Go home now. It's 4 o'clock......................somewhere. LOL
  8. That reminded me of a sweet lady I knew who passed away many years ago. She loved butterflies. To this day, whenever I see one I think of her. Thanks so much molly. I needed that today. 😊
  9. He's amazingly talented! Must run in the family. Like everyone else has said, please come and vent. We'll listen and offer up a shoulder to lean on and what ever else we can. Take care of yourself and try to remain strong.
  10. I feel for you. It's such a complex situation and it's got to be so frustrating for you. So if the job thing doesn't seem to be going anywhere, what about school? A few online courses at your local community college could maybe get him involved with something, and it shouldn't cost a fortune like a 4 year school.
  11. I'm not so sure that I agree with you on trying to apply instant gratification to to readers of a book, be it online or in print. I do savor a good book or story. Where I tend to get ill is when I don't see any real progression in terms of the story or meaningful character development. This doesn't apply to you however. Sometimes I feel that an author just goes round and round to fill up pages and it (unnecessarily) drags things out for weeks on end. Other times an author will employ numerous "cliffhangers" and that tactic gets old. Again, this doesn't apply to you. I just recently bowed out of a story that I was following for these very reasons. I have to say, I was very disappointed because the author had turned out some really good work in the past. I'll take quality over quantity any day of the week. You turn out quality and that's what is important to your readers.
  12. Morning rick, It's just mugly here. Already 77 with 73% humidity, so it's a typical southern fall day. Working from home today and trying to tie up a few loose ends because I've got to be in continuing ed class tomorrow.
  13. So I did early voting today. I was pleasantly surprised at how easy it was. It was day 3 of our early voting period, and I have to tip my hat to my county elections officials. They obviously thought about things and the way it was laid out made social distancing possible. There were people there to direct the voters through the various stations and people were cleaning the booths after each voter. I was in and out in about 20 minutes. The longest part was filling out the ballot because it was front and back--a lot of positions are up in my county. There was a man in front of me who had to be in his mid to later 60's and he was born and raised in my county. It was his first time voting.....EVER! I was kind of speech less over that. I hope that everyone has a good evening.
  14. Wow! When you do an epiphany, you don't go soft. Talk about role reversals, I almost feel as if they've done a total mind switch since the last chapter. I am impressed that Coy has seen what Boone has gone through and what he needs. Maybe he's acting so hard towards Boone as a means of self survival/preservation. Coy knows that this is going to be so hard on him and he's got to toughen up to get through it, but he's so conflicted about Boone leaving that he is also playing "mother hen" and worrying about Boone and his journey. What a great chapter @Headstall. I can't wait for the next installment.
  15. I can't imagine. It has to be so difficult for you trying to figure out if it's depression or manipulation. But you gut is telling you that something isn't right, and moms always know--be it intuition or Momdar. You were right to call the therapist. Hopefully he can get to the bottom of it and get things back on track one way or another.
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