It's a foggy day here in Florida, but the temps are in the low 80's so I have no complaints. Whatever the weather does here, I don't have to shovel it! Foggy days and lazy Sunday afternoons are made for curling up with a good book. Here's the last preview of All the Days of Forever. Enjoy!
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Celia frowned. His outspoken advice didn’t qualify as a soothing bedside manner, but he’d been the family doctor for too long to sugar coat his words. “I’ve had those same thoughts, but I suffer a massive attack of guilt two seconds later.” Celia sat down again in the chair and twisted her hands together. “I loved Brian almost from the time we met, and he was a good husband. There are times I can’t believe he’s really gone. I know, at least on an intellectual level, my life must go on. Unless I do something now, I’ll cripple any hopes the girls and I have for a normal life, but I feel so disloyal to my husband. Guiliana read me the riot act about it the last time we talked.” She shrugged remembering her sister’s very pointed remarks. “I know she means well but—”
The doctor smiled. “Despite her hot-tempered personality, your sister always did have a lot of sense. You might consider listening to her advice.”
Celia huffed out a breath in resignation. “If you’re sure I’m doing the right thing, I guess I’ll call Steven Brancusi and tell him I’ll accept his offer to return as soon as I find a reliable caregiver for the girls. Maybe I’ll get lucky and find someone right away.” She gathered up her purse and coat. “Thanks for the time and your advice, Doctor Giannelli, I’ll stay in touch.”
“Call me if I can be of further assistance, Celia. The girls’ pediatrician always keeps me up to date on them so you’re my main concern.”
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