No, I told my mom the whole story. I’d already told her about the faeries a while back, though. I’d tried to keep them a secret, but it’s impossible for me to hide things from my mom. I knew she’d freak out a lot more if she thought that I had dropped out of college than if she knew the truth, so I had to make sure she knew why I might not be going back in the fall!
Summer seems so long. It never felt this long when I was in high school—probably because summer is shorter in high school. Jacob and Leah aren’t even out of school yet and I’m already bored.
I got the job! That was so fast, I don’t even know if it’s the right thing to do. I mean, I obviously, as you know perfectly well, didn’t expect to get any job this quickly, let alone such a good one. My mom says it’s because I’m such a hard worker and I’ve been very diligent about sending out resumes, but… I haven’t, really. Not that I’ve admitted that to her. I just got lucky.
I think it’s going to be a very straightforward summer. I had a vision this afternoon. It was of me sitting at the kitchen table in my house, eating toast and scrambled eggs. That’s the same thing I had for breakfast this morning. So if my magic-brain can’t come up with anything more interesting than THAT to warn me about…