Bring it on Well, that was a long ‘spring break’! I should also add that it was a very educational experience for me. I learned a few things that work well or at least as expected and more instances that didn’t. Though I am sure I will always stumble I’m determined to keep getting up
The ride to the airport seemed to take forever. Thankfully, the driver wasn’t particularly talkative which was fine by Aedan because his mind was busy considering why Noel might have left without saying a word when she seemed full of excitement about going out sailing with him and the Carlson’s the evening before. Never letting his guard down, he had been holding some internal reservations about their chance meetings among all the extraordinary events since leaving Seattle for this trip. However, those concerns were washed away in the many hours they had spent together yesterday.
The sun hadn’t been up long when Aedan first opened his eyes. He laid flat on his back and thought about the coming day. He hadn’t been sailing for a while so there was a bit of excitement along with good memories that found their way to the surface. The couple he met two evenings ago, the Carlsons seemed competent and friendly. Since he was always keeping his eye out for his next boat he was anxious to see theirs. He was familiar with the model but had never been aboard one.
Cracked Display In first world terms, life has been a bit hectic lately and kept me from updating my ongoing story for several weeks….but I am still here Changes at work mean I am now working from home full time – except when I need to travel to go onsite to address issues that can’t