Oh the love~
Edge: EpilogueI combed my hair back in my mirror one more time, watching the sun play against the long black strands. I had let it grow out quiet long since I last cut it. Not because I particularly liked it long, but because I knew Elliot did. He loved it long, actually. I fixed my cross on my neck over my white dress shirt. I don't know why I was getting so dressed up. It wasn't like I was going to see anyone special or anything. Must have just been the occasion making me a little crazy.Edge: Epilogue by Homba
"The boys are waiting downstairs," Elliot said suddenly. I glanced back at him in the mirror as he came into our room. "We should hurry up before they get too antsy." He laughed and smiled gently.
"I know," I chuckled. "They're pretty excited, aren't they."
"They're going crazy. I mean, why wouldn't they? Going to Edge is common place for you and I, but they've only heard about it in stories."
Edge Part108:The Forever AfterYou never realize how fast time can slip by you until you stop worrying about yourself. I mean, really stop worrying and feeling sorry for yourself, and focus all of your energy on everyone else. I know it sounds weird, but its really a beautiful thing.Edge Part108:The Forever After by Homba
There were only three things that made me realize that time was going by; the seasons, unavoidably changing from summer to fall to winter to spring and then back to summer again. Judas, growing up and having his first birthday with us faster than I could keep up with. And then Nina, whose stomach had steadily been swelling with every month that passed.
She sat on the couch in front of me in the living room, the sun from the window catching her hair. It was longer, now, coming just past her shoulders. She hadn't bothered cutting it at all. Like me, she was busy taking care of someone else. While I had been busy being the father that Judas deserved, she focused all of her attenti