Important things first,
are these sheets silk or cotton? HA! Flannel!
What are you wearing?
Feetie pajamas. I know…sooo Sexy!
What are we snacking on
in bed while we read tonight? Well, it varies, but tonight it’s Vienna fingers
and cream cheese cake frosting.
If I open this nightstand
drawer, what will I find? Um, batteries, pens, paper, chargers and a jewelry
box. (the vibrator is in the next drawer down)
Do you roll up in the
blankets like a burrito, or kick the covers off during the night? I am rolled
up like a burrito during the winter, but in the summer, one foot sticks out.
Can I put my cold feet
on your calves to warm them up? Depends on how sexy you are. ;)
What are we reading? At
Year’s End, the story of Jaxon and Elijah.
Ever since he set eyes on Jaxon Salvatore at Camp Pride, 16-year-old Elijah Newman knew who he'd be spending the rest of his life with. The tough guy, on the other hand, was not getting that message. Rebuffed at every turn, Elijah does his best to make the middle Salvatore brother understand that their lives were meant to be connected. Suddenly, odd things begin to happen and Elijah becomes more and more convinced that there's a demon inside him. All he can do is try to keep his friends - and the man he's beginning to love - safe from his secret.
Two long years have passed since Jaxon Salvatore first laid eyes on the boisterous, beautiful - and much younger - Elijah Newman. Fighting off the teenager with the huge blue eyes has been torture from day one. Now, Elijah is about to turn 18 and Jaxon finally sees light on the horizon for a life with him. But strange things are happening: the teenager doesn't flirt with him like he used to, he rarely hangs out with his buddies and he talks about having a boyfriend. A boyfriend? Things are NOT good.
When awful things happen to Elijah, Jaxon struggles to keep the younger man safe and himself sane. From the coast of Washington, to the peak of Mount Olympus, Jaxon will stop at nothing to keep what's his.
To be nobody but yourself in a world which is doing its best, night and day, to make you everybody else means to fight the hardest battle which any human being can fight; and never stop fighting. ~e.e. cummings, 1955