Last week, Seamus was so excited by the apparent acceptance of himself and his father as Selkie men by the two lovely ladies, he started to jig, and then asked Ravyn to join him. We pick up where we left off...
Ravyn took Seamus’s hand, and tried to mimic the intricate steps his feet made. She came up on her toes, but rocked too far forward and fell into Seamus’s arms. He lifted her up, spinning her in a circle. As the room spun about, she noticed Murphy standing by her mother once more, his arm protectively encircling her waist.
Ravyn cried out, “Mercy, make him stop!”
The spinning slowed and Seamus set Ravyn down on a stool at the table. He placed his hands on either side of her head, tipping her face up to his. “Ye’ve made me the happiest man, Rayvn--I’m the luckiest gent in the land.”
So, glad you made it by. Hope you all are having a wonderful start to autumn. We've been enjoying some lovely California sunshine, but have been gifted with some rains sprinkled here and there, which has been lovely. We can use all the wet we can get : ) I've been crafting Nightmare Before Christmas props for a haunted house I will be putting together in less than three weeks. Augh, this girl has a lot to do!