Weekends are crazy around here. I had to be up at 6:30 Sat. to get Middle around for basketball practice. Then Littlest had two basketball games that morning (different location). That Man took her to her first game, I picked up Middle from practice, and then we all went to watch Littlest’s last game. Papa came down to watch, so then we went out to lunch and I did some tech support on his laptop when we got home.
After getting up so early, I was exhausted early, so each word was a struggle.
Then yesterday, I took Princess and Littlest to church and watched the remainder of the Chiefs game. After that, Middle took my laptop to continue working on her presentation, so I got Dropbox installed on That Man’s (my old backup) laptop so I could still work. But naturally she needed my help, so I got a couple of hundred words at the most. We spent the rest of the evening doing homework. She had to get this presentation done since she’s got a tournament this week (her first games!) and she’ll have other homework all week to struggle to keep up with.
Unfortunately, she remembered she had math and science homework too. At 10 PM. Which I had to help her with and then check all her math work too. Ugh. So it was after 11 PM last night before I got to bed and I had hardly anything to show for words all day. That late, I thought it’d be difficult to get up D&E this morning, but I actually woke up at 4 AM and then had a hard time going back to sleep until the alarm went off.
Miracle of miracles, I made over 1K this morning too, bringing my total to 15,975. I’m still behind, but that’s a doable amount to make up.
As I said above, Middle has a tournament this week and it’s a 30-45 min drive away. Wed. night she doesn’t play until almost 9 PM, so it’ll be late, lots of traveling, and somehow we have to get her homework done too. D&E will be crucial even if I’m exhausted or I’ll never be able to keep up this week.
PLUS, I have first round edits on Billionaire #2 in my inbox, and line/final edits on Mama C are just around the corner. Busy, busy, busy.
“Hear me now, Ranay.”
His voice made me shiver, all raw and barely leashed violence. I’d never imagined he hid that kind of aggression behind his sweet dimples and curly hair, but I loved it. Oh how I loved it. He was my bad boy and my Master and my gentle lover all wrapped up into one tidy package.
“I never break my promises. Never. If you give yourself to me, I will treasure you. If you feel weak, I’ll help make you strong. If you have a need, I’ll meet it, whatever it is. And if at any time I’m not good for you, then I will free you to protect you. I won’t leave you high and dry, alone and afraid, but I refuse to tear down anything you’ve built for yourself. If you need to be free, I’ll do it,” he said, his left hand rising up toward his right eye, “even if I have to take a bullet to the skull.”