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Post Author at Pan HistoriaConstant Faulk posts in Back To Front

Connie questioned his sanity. At the time it had seemed like a good idea to tell Marissa and Vita they should go to the party at the restaurant. Now that he thought about it, it must have been Marissa's idea. She told Connie that Vita might like to go to the party to see friends. Then added out of the side of her mouth in a whisper, If you know what I mean.

Connie didn't know what she meant until he heard Keri saying her mother was sweet on Sweetie. That was a weird thought there.

But somewhere along the way he had suggested they both go to the party together, and he would watch the kids. He thought they would be worn out from all the activity, he practically had to drag them into the house. He thought they would go to sleep. But as soon as they emptied their bags on the family room floor all of them got twice the energy they'd had all day.

That was before they started eating the candy.

Now he had four children ranging in age from four to seven, full of sugar and running at full speed. He collapsed into his big easy chair, with a remote control in one hand and a popcorn ball in the other and settled in for a night of watching black and white horror movies on Turner Classic Movies and hoping the kids didn't break anything or make too big of a mess.

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