So there I was, innocently typing away on my sequel to "One Love for Liv" when Geoff dumped on me. Seriously. It wasn't supposed to be a big, introspective moment. And I don't know why he's never talked to me like that before (maybe, because in Liv I wrote him as a cheating slimeball the first time through -- all attitude and no morals -- and he hasn't forgiven me for that, even though I changed a lot of that for the final story), but I now know where his self-esteem issues come from (aside from the fact that he's follicly challenged, something I didn't even know, but apparently my cover artist at Samhain did... and it's working out nicely now).
In any case, despite growing up in a wealthy family (distant relatives) and graduating top of his class at Harvard law, Geoff doesn't think very highly of himself. Poor guy.
My heroine has her work cut out for her. Lucky for her, she has no self-esteem problems and grew up in a loving, albeit really strange, family.
And so... marching onward, ever onward...
We had agility last night and Dakota did fabulously! She balked at the "walk-it" and the "frame" and the "see-saw" as expected... BUT... the second time on the frame, she went right up, and the third time on the walk-it she went right up, and she didn't completely refuse the see-saw, she was just really, really hesitant. I'm thrilled! Now, I need to make sure I don't mess up again, because it was MY error that struck fear into her little doggy heart.
I still wish the dang class wasn't so late, though. UGH.
You Are a Green Light
You take life at a fast pace. You act quickly and decisively.
You have good instincts and trust your gut. You're confident and brave.
You are determined and ambitious. You don't allow yourself to waste time.
It's no surprise that you get a lot done. You are efficient and productive.
Yeah... that's about right. Judy?