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A weekend later, Lilly and Mrs. Hill gathered with Adria and her show-runner mother, Mrs. Ava Sinise, at their favorite brunch shop, Cafe21, in sunny San Diego. They ordered their food and never stopped chatting once it was served.
The man whom the front desk lady had identified as Mr. W. W. Warwick III stopped dead in his tracks upon hearing the commotion and seeing the animated looks flashing across both Lilly’s and the front desk lady’s faces. Their … Continue reading
Lilly stood on the sidewalk opposite the apartment building. Every second that ticked by, she feared seeing Evan Sun’s face appear in Emmy’s bedroom window, or worse yet, watch as Evan Sun bounded furiously out the front door. Good thing … Continue reading
Lilly sighed contently, closed out Skype, and brought up the email screen. The Suns’ e-mail account was already logged in on the screen. Inadvertently, a few emails from gov.cn addresses caught her eyes. Each one was in reply to an … Continue reading
Hey guys! One of my resolutions was to spend less time at the beach and more time on this blog posting. So, this is a quote I think serves as a perfect farewell to January: It lasted forever / And … Continue reading
“Do you believe our half-blind witness?” Lilly asked buckling her seat belt.
“That’s a laconic man, if ever I met one,” Mr. Hill commented as he started up the engine.