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Chapter 3.74: Dear Lexie…

It's been a long day without you, my friend And I'll tell you all about it when I see you againWe've come a long way from where we began Oh I'll tell you all about it when I see you again When I see you again  Damn, who knew all the planes we flew Good… Continue reading Chapter 3.74: Dear Lexie…

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Chapter 3.73: Answers

It's crazy that there's this whole other side of the family nobody knew about. My mom always cared a lot about family; always telling us stories from her childhood, and of her parents and brother. I'm sure if she knew about Evan and Heather's side of the family, she would've talked about them. Apparently my… Continue reading Chapter 3.73: Answers

Generation 3

Chapter 3.72: Surprises

"Hey, Lexie," I smiled to my younger sister, "it's great to see you!" She grinned, pulling me into a big hug. "Ditto." It was only as she started walking in that I noticed the bags behind her. "What's all this?" If she said it was presents for the kids, I don't know if I'd even… Continue reading Chapter 3.72: Surprises

Generation 3

Chapter 3.71: That Christmas

Okay, Vali, show your mommy what we've learned!" I hadn't even got two feet in the door before Vali came up and hugged me. She's so adorable. "We've been doing this deck," Dani explained, "with the simple words like cat and dog." I smiled as Dani knelt down to our daughter's height. "Ok, Vali, what's… Continue reading Chapter 3.71: That Christmas

Generation 3

Chapter 3.70: Sorry

The last few days have been torture. I don't know what to tell Dani. She noticed that I was acting weird within a few minutes that I got home, but I was able to pass it off feeling off because of my pregnancy - and she bought it. Why wouldn't she? I've given her no… Continue reading Chapter 3.70: Sorry

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Chapter 3.69: Working Mom

"Can you hold on one second?" I couldn't hear a word they were saying with Vali crying like crazy. The second they replied sure, I shoved my phone in my pocket, going over to my daughter. "Vali, can you quiet down?" I pleaded, "Mommy is on an important phone call." "Why?" Vali babbled, tilting her… Continue reading Chapter 3.69: Working Mom