Authors Warning: Like everything else, this takes place in my series, set up by the events in my first story More Than My Friend where the big event is that Frankie adopts Mac and becomes his guardian. If you havent read that story yet, I strongly suggest you do so now, or else you might get terribly confused.
Okay, just to make surewhich one looks better? This? Or this? The redhead asked as for the seventh time she first held up the small black dress to her lanky frame, and then did the exact same with a near-identical garment that she held in her other hand.
Well? Frances Frankie Foster inquired, eager for input. What do you think, pal? Which one do you like better? This oneor this one?
The boy standing a few feet away just clapped his hands over the side of his head, as if he was having so much difficulty fathoming her indecisiveness it actually pained him.
Theyre the same thing. He answered yet again, while silently praying desperately that his guardian would actually listen to him. Much to his dismay however, the instant he raised this objection, Frankie promptly squatted down and began explaining ever so diligently why he was mistaken.
No, see, this ones cut a little bit shorter at the bottom. Also, you can see how they used a darker dye on
Despite her best efforts, all the poor child simply couldnt spot the specific details like she could for the life of him, a fact he made quite clear when he gazed straight into her eyes and protested softly, yet defiantly, Its the same exact dress.
As she read the exasperation stamped over his expression it was about then that Frankie realized the child was reaching the limits of his patience. It wasnt as if she could blame him though, for after she checked her digital wristw Continue reading