Way Family: Impressed"Gerard!," Lindsey called out to her husband, "Gerard!" She walked upstairs and looked in his art studio - he wasn't there, just like he wasn't in the living room playing The Sims. Her ultra sensitive hearing picked up her husband's warm, familiar voice in Bandit's room. He seemed to be very quiet, almost whispering. She went a few rooms down and found him holding action figures of himself and some of his bandmates in one hand, doing funny voices, while changing her diaper perfectly in the other.More Like This
Lindsey opened her scarlet mouth wide in surprise. She had no clue he could do that! She knew he was good at multitasking - no one can smoke, blog, and eat Frankenberry at once like her man can - but this was different. He wasn't even looking at what he was doing diaper changing-wise; he was focused on Bandit and to keep her smile going while he made Uncle Bob use his drumsticks against Uncle Frankie's guitar. When he was finished, he turned to her, his face carrying a smug, "I was showing off
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Now don't get attached, and don't write down your dreams
Things can turn around quickly, it's not how it seems
When things go well and you become naïve
You think the things you love, won't up and leave
When you're full of anguish and lost in the night,
hang on till morning and watch for the light!
I once had dreams, a future and friends, I got attached didn't think they could end
I took things easy, I wrote them in pen. I forgot how easily the best things can end.
Now I'm abandoned, no job, all alone, no plans to speak of, in an cold empty home,
I'm twice as hurt, I never thought this could be, Never saw this coming, couldn't happen to me
I wrote things in pen, took their promises seriously, trust me, you don't want to be me.
So when things go well, now, just don't get attached, even the best things they're not gonna last,
Your kids they grow up, your friends move away, your car will break down, your parents will die someday.
Enjoy your peace, your freedom from pain, but don't t