Guardian Of My Sanity…
I felt him standing there before I saw him. I looked up to find Ken paused in the doorway observing me with an arched eyebrow. “You have that look,” he commented in a reproving tone.
He rolled his eyes at my deliberate obtuseness. “That look. You need to get out of here.”
“Whatever do you mean? I’m fine.”
“Uh, huh. Take a look in the mirror. I’m doing fine. You? Not so much.”
“Thanks. Thanks a lot.”
“I didn’t mean it that way, you twit.”
I touched my thumb to my nose while wiggling my fingers and crossing my eyes in his general direction. He wasn’t impressed. Or amused. (more…)