Monthly Archives: April 2015

Character Profile: Sydney Reed (The Blake Boys Series)

 

           “Sydney.” Morgan stopped at the kitchen threshold. “I just wanted you to know—I thought I’d never feel like I had a mother again, but I have been blessed with two wonderful women who are great moms to me. Thank you for giving me the time I needed to have this great relationship with you. I can’t tell you how much it’s meant to me that you didn’t give up on me.”

            “Love waits for everyone.” Sydney smiled.

                                     – Morgan and Sydney – Love Notes & Football

Name:                       Sydney Reed

Occupation:             Retired/Full Time Grandma

Marital Status:         Married

Spouse:                       Curtis Reed

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Fun & Games: Hollywood Heat Crossword!

Love Kate & Chris? 

Here’s a crossword for you!

 

(Click on Crossword for larger view.)

Go to:

to print pdf version or complete it online!

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More crosswords & other games coming soon!

Copyright © 2015 Rhonda Laurel. All Rights Reserved.

Fun & Games: The Blake Boys Crossword!

Love the Blake Boys? 

Here’s a crossword for you!

 The Blake Boys Crossword Puzzle

(Click on Crossword for larger view.)

Go to:

https://crosswordhobbyist.com/55852

to print pdf version or complete it online!

 

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Check out the Fun & Games Page

More crosswords & other games coming soon!

 

Copyright © 2015 Rhonda Laurel. All Rights Reserved.

The Jake Chronicles 5 – Running Interference with Uncle Robert


          A boy is coming over to see Cousin Avery today, so Dad told Uncle Robert it would be a great idea if he babysits us.  He didn’t understand at first until Dad explained the plan.  Mom came into the room and said she smelled a set up but Dad distracted her by telling her he was taking her to dinner and a play tonight.  She went off to get our sleepover bags packed while they continued their chat.  Uncle Robert asked Dad if he thought the plan would work.  Dad told him not to worry, that we were better than a contraceptive and he could attest that as long as we were around, there would be no funny business going on. Whatever that means. Read the rest of this entry

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