Today is move-in day for my oldest daughter. We're heading out in a few minutes with two car loads of her stuff, driving an hour south, and hoping it won't take too long to get her settled into her dorm room. I get to meet her roommate today, and hopefully her roommate's parents. Phone numbers will be exchanged and there will be lots of pictures before I leave her there.
I find it reminiscent of her first day of kindergarten. Lots of smiles, laughter, hugs, talking it up, and then saying good-bye. On that day, I made it all the way to my car before the tears began to flow. I'm anticipating the same scenario today. *Sniff, Sniff*
I don't know where the last 18 years have gone. It seems they flew by in the blink of an eye. When they're little you never think they'll be grown so quickly. All you worry about then is if they're eating enough, are they wet, why are they crying this time. You don't really think that the years will be gone in no time at all and you'll be driving them to college. Eek!
I'm grateful she's ambitious enough to know what she wants to do with her life, and I have no doubt my determined, stubborn child will accomplish anything she wants to do. I'm also thankful she's only moving an hour away! LOL. Mommy can go visit any darn time she wants to! :P
She's giving me that look now, so I better get off here and start driving. I'll come back this evening and update this post with pictures, as well as on my Facebook page.
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Friday, August 14, 2015
Monday, July 27, 2015
|© Christie Silvers 2015|
I'm finishing up P.M. Terrell's Exit 22.
So here we are, toes in the sand and hoping the sunscreen holds out. Yet knowing, unfortunately, it won't. LOL. My 10 yr old is building sand castles and pushing my patience on the allowed distance she can go out to sea. My 15yr old is jumping in the waves and then tanning on a beach towel.
My 18yr old is sitting in the condo, probably watching some sort of anime on her laptop. *Face Palm*
I'm reading, people watching, and just enjoying the peace, waves, and sunshine. Meanwhile, the hubby is swimming in the ocean, causing panic when I look out and don't see his head bobbing. All in all everyone seems to be having a good time (even the condo-bound 18yr old), and that's all that matters to me.
I'll be heading home Friday, so until then be prepared to see lots of beach pictures floating around my social media pages. :)
Friday, July 24, 2015
|Copyright: Milica Sekulic|
Marcus is the first supernatural creature Liz ever meets. He's the cause of her car wreck and manages to take out several people at the hospital in order to get to her. Luckily, he didn't make it that far before Rick swooped in and took Liz home. At that point, Liz still didn't know what was going on, so she had no idea Marcus was a vampire, only that this preternatural creature intrigues her.
Liz soon discovers that Marcus has a nasty past filled with murder and conquests. He is her birth father's lackey, sent to collect her for Gregory. Instead of taking her by force like he intended, he quickly sees that a smoother, gentler way might just be better for him. He's soon in Liz's head, as well as her head.
But then he pushes her too far and brings Rick into play. That's the last straw for Liz. You don't put her friends in danger's path!
Marcus Vroc may be dead by the end of book one, but you will still see plenty of him throughout the rest of the series. As a matter of fact, you'll see a lot more of him in the upcoming Book 7 late 2015 or early 2016.
If you've read book 1, let me know what you thought of Marcus Vroc. What would you like to see from him in the upcoming book?