Erin watched her son with some concern, he had a limp and it wasn't the first time she had noticed some things about him, the odd bruise on an arm or a leg, what looked like a bruises around his handsome young face. She had approached him a few times about them, but he had been evasive in his answers and always tried to change the subject or left the conversation.
Laying the groundwork (and Penny) for a culture of sharing
I know Chapter 3 was a little slow-going. I wrote you that one, so I could bring you this one. Enjoy.
I had spent much longer with Aunt Marie than I'd planned. It was almost 6:00 pm. No surprise then, when I got home to find Mom and Penny sitting on the couch, drinking wine, and talking quietly.
Part One: Backstory
There are many up-sides to growing up without a dad, but dealing with your mom is not one of them....
To say that my mom loved my dad would be the understatement of the century. They were married just days after they turned eighteen and actually walked down the aisle together at high school graduation. No one had ever seen a couple so in love.