Not too bad.
Hank was struck dumb, watching her walk toward him. She was only a few feet away but time slowed down so he could stare at her, at the way her almost iridescent black strapless gown revealed her freckle-dusted pale shoulders, the way it pushed up her round breasts and cinched in her tiny waist, clinging tight over her hips and part-way down her thighs to where it frothed away in girly frills to the ground, showing tantalizing glimpses of her long, pretty legs and tiny feet in silly, beautiful strappy sandals.
And now, a meme, gakked from doll_paparazzi. I see this is supposedly a tough one to get, but it seems a giveaway for me... (White knight complex? ME?)
Your result for The Camelot Test...
Honourable and passionate. You never back down from a challenge. Your friends are very important to you. You believe in justice and duty far above your own personal security and comfort.
Congratulations! This was the most challenging result to get. You are one of a kind.
My plane leaves at 9:30 am tomorrow morning. I did online check-in so I'm at the very top of Group B instead of the bottom of Group C. Which is good, since it's a freakin' non-stop flight. I arrive at 5:00 pm, but since I'm going east it'll actually only be 3:00 pm, I think. (We're back on Mountain Time now, so it's only two hours. Right. I think. Stupid weird rest of the country and their daylight savings...)
But non-stop means I may be able to do a little writing on the plane, if I'm not too sleepy and find out how long the battery DOES last. I hope it warns me when it's about to run out (I do compulsively save, but still, accidents happen).
I will of course be more or less out of contact for a little while. I'll check in when I can!
My dragons are all growed up. I'm going to miss my kitties and my sweet baboo. I will live in constant worry that I have forgotten SOMETHING IMPORTANT.