What can YOU say in six sentences?
"You're so happy," she said.
I'm happy when the demons leave, at 2 a.m., when my mind is so exhausted from going 94 miles an hour with grocery lists and budgets and Chapter 14 of the unwritten novel.
I'm happy when the tears are for Hallmark commercials instead of mountains of laundry and chipped nail polish.
I'm happy when the temperature is under 112 but above 74.
I'm happy when there's enough Diet Coke in the fridge and ice cubes in the tray.
But I'm really happy when the girl smiles, the boy laughs, and he says, "it doesn't feel like home without you."