sixty two

 

Today I am grateful for fun family moments. And double-takes. B went out early, leaving me in bed on my laptop. He got back a short while later, walked in and started chatting to me still in bed on my laptop. I overheard him telling me to stop using my face cream because it had taken thirty years off my life. I walked back into the room, to see Kate in bed on my laptop. In exactly the same pose I had been in when he left. Needless to say B and I were in hysterics, while Kate just looked on, as if to say, lame. It was funny, I promise.

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