Narrated by Madelyn Novak Since his classes are finished now. Connor has been back in Sullivan helping James out at the car lot. He's mainly been doing the books though; Connor has no interest at all in sales.
When Mum died, she left me some commercial property that she owned - a gym, to be exact. I have approximately zero interest in owning a gym but held onto it for a while anyway. I didn't want to make any decisions while I was still grieving.
Round 31 is not over yet (3 more families to go!) but I've rolled the ROS for next round, so here they are!
I'll be adding links to each ROS as I fulfill it. Naturally, if you're not caught up, these links may contain spoilers.
Fired - unemployed for  day Teensy bit annoyed about this one, to be honest but I think I can make it work. I should probably just take out the part of this ROS that specifies the time length though. "Days" doesn't really work for my play style any more and I suspect that even if it did, I'd probably write it in however it made sense for the story anyway.
I'll just note here that I will be in Melbourne this weekend. I'm leaving early Friday morning (that's tomorrow for me) and coming back on Sunday evening. I'll have my smartphone with me but I won't get to reply to any comments until I get home. I did want to get the Lane update up before I left but that's not going to be possible. I do have a rough outline done though, so it shouldn't take me too much time to sort it out once I get back. See you soon!
After eight years in office, Kirstin Sitko is wrapping up her second and final term as governor of Sullivan. During this past term, she has overseen the refurbishment of Sullivan Town Hall and the building of a brand new music faculty at Suffolk University. Recently, construction of a science faculty for the university has also begun.
I was so relieved that when it was time for the baby to come, it was late at night and Sam was around to take me to the hospital. I had nightmares about going into labour while he was at work and having the baby on the living room floor before he even got home from work!
Several months after Dad died, I convinced Mum to move in with us. She's retired now and she was on her own and I didn't see any reason why she should have to worry about making ends meet in what is supposed to be a relaxing time in her life.