Alice: The sky is really pretty tonight.
Logan: It’s okay.
Alice: You’re so cute, Logan. Simple, but cute.
It was silly, dancing in the park
like that. I was always one for doing silly things, but I couldn’t help but
feel like this time it was different, as a slight heat filled my cheeks. I kept
averting my eyes, trying desperately to avoid the fluttering in my stomach, and
the tightening of my chest that seemed to happen every time we locked eyes. I
wanted to make a joke about how good of a dancer he was, you know, when he wasn’t
stomping on my toes, but my mouth was dry. I just stayed quiet. As quiet as I
could between the nervous giggles and big smiles. It was a really nice night.
One thing leads to another… and suddenly we’re dancing in the park?
Logan: I really liked the movie. Who knew Psycho Podiatrist could be so enjoyable?
Alice: Speaking of podiatrists… Ouch.
Logan: Oh my god, I’m so sorry!
To thank him, I took Mr. Fix-It out to a movie. Psycho Podiatrist. I gotta say, it was alright.
I started working on my very first novel, “The Raven and the Writing Desk”. Writing books sure takes a long time. I hope it pays off. Sinda and I are living off of Cool Whip and string cheese.