If you meet me in public, I will appear to having things together. I DO have things together when it comes to meeting deadlines, writing books, keeping my family organized… I am a competent adult.
But the other day, I went to my parents’ place for dinner (mostly because I really didn’t feel like cooking, so we asked my dad to cook for us instead.) I poured a glass of Sprite for myself, and while I was saying something, I brought the cup up to my mouth, but obviously couldn’t sip because I was talking, so while I finished my sentence, I just dribbled Sprite into my lap.
That is what tired looks like! And luckily for all of you, it doesn’t seem to affect my writing, just my motor skills. 😉 It’s also generally fixed by a weekend off.
So when I came across these gems online, it made me feel infinitely better that I’m not alone in these things!
LOL! And to everyone else who makes a fool of themselves when tired out, you have my sympathy. Here is to a well-timed REST! 🙂
Can a marriage of convenience…
…really last a lifetime?
Single mom Gabby Rogers needs help raising her newborn triplets, so when her best friend, Seth, proposes a marriage of convenience, she cautiously agrees—on the condition it doesn’t ruin their friendship. As far as the town of Eagle’s Rest knows, Gabby and Seth are the perfect couple, but the imaginary romance soon feels surprisingly real. With the triplets’ first Christmas drawing closer, will Gabby risk showing Seth how she truly feels?
Coming November 5, 2019!