As a parent, I'm pretty laid back.
I expect my kids to do their chores.
I expect them to do their homework.
I expect them to throw their dirty clothes down the laundry chute.
I expect them to throw the food containers that they've emptied into the recycling bin so that come Monday morning, when I attempt to make lunches, I don't discover that there's NO LUNCH FOOD.
This is what happened this morning. Needless to say, I was pissed. Not surprised...just pissed. This discovery required a trip to 7-11 where I had the high point of my morning.
Cashier One: "That'll be $7.11."
Cashier Two: "Oohh...that's not a good sign."
Me: "It just means the apocalypse is coming today."
Cashier One: "We'll still be open."
I heart Cashier One...he makes me laugh.
In other news, I finally got my first review for Ronan's Grail!!!! I got four and a half lips from Two Lips reviews - here's what the reviewer had to say.
Torrid Tarot: Ronan’s Grail is a gripping and tender love story. Bronwyn Green does a magnificent job in creating this time travel quest. I loved Ronan; he was strong and confident but didn’t miss a beat when he was thrown into an unknown time. Morgan was a little headstrong but eventually allowed herself to feel. The passion between the two was heated and intense. This is a fantastic book.
Here's the rest of the review if you feel like checking it out.