When Jason’s eyes take on a faraway, sleepy look, I can tell it’s time for all of us to head back to bed. Theo doesn’t
With Jason on the couch munching on some cavity-inducing cereal, and a bowl of leftover macaroni and cheese in front of him as well, I
Suddenly more awake, I sit up. “What do you mean, someone took her?” I try to think of an optimistic spin. “Like on a date?”
Theo doesn’t say anything, but he manages to look everywhere but at me. “Are you serious?” I say, and snatch the empty bowl out of
Opening my cupboards, I look through them. It’s a little sparse, and I feel like eating cereal for dinner in front of my brother is
We pull into the apartment complex parking lot, and I can’t help but notice that he frowns a little as he looks out the window.
If you haven’t read part one, read it here. As I pack up my things, the mother comes up to me. If the smile on
When I was four, I could create sparks of magic to play with. When my brother was four, he levitated the babysitter up and out