Thank you, Master.
And thank you for letting me go out to see Aiden. We had a good talk. Did you have a good time with Reggie?
You’re most welcome, for both things. I’m glad, he seems to being well enough for himself, though I’ll feel better when there is something permanent in his life. It went fine, she asked about claiming and it turned a little sour, but ended pleasantly. Told me both her and Quinn applied to Yale. They’re really going to be out of the house next year, huh>
Since I’m treating the kids to gifts this week, I thought you might enjoy some yourself. sub-judy-fabray
Of course they have. Because they’re your perfect children that you needed to have because the three of us were such horrible screw-ups. You’re not saying anything I don’t already know.
They stumble, but they never seem to fall flat on their faces, do that? That was succinct, Francesca. I guess I should get used to being disappointed in my eldest set of children.
Whatever you say.
Watch your tone, Francesa. Your siblings have been doing fantastic and I can’t help I’m disappointed they’ll be graduating before my oldest three daughters. It’s a disgrace honestly.
Studying and football, and staying out of trouble.
I’d like that a lot, Daddy. How about tomorrow night? I can either cook for you or we can go out into town. It’s really up to you.
That would involve peach cobbler and sweet tea, right Quinnie? Because between me and you, yours taste the best, besides your mother’s.
Yes, Sir. I hope to see you soon, Daddy.
Good girl. How about dinner one day this week, you and me? You can tell me all about your last few, excellent months here.
Hello, Sir. Did you have a good flight?
Son. I did have a good flight, we took a private plane. No unnecessary contact with the public. How have you been spending your time here?