Sunday, July 31, 2016

Justine Visit's the Dentist

  • Are you ready to go? (Tara)
  •  No! (Justine)
  • Why not? (Tara)
  • Cause. (Justine)
  • Because what? (Tara)

  • I don't want to go to the dentist. (Justine)
  • You need your teeth cleaned. (Tara)
  • Daddy helped me brush my teeth this morning. (Justine)
  • I know he did, but he is not a dentist. (Tara)

  • I want Daddy to keep helping me with my teeth. (Justine)
  • He will baby, we just need the dentist to make sure you and Daddy are doing a good job. (Tara)
  • I'm scared. (Justine)
  • You have nothing to be scared about, Jalen and I will be right there with you. (Tara)

Somewhere Across Town...........

  • You were right her gums were a little swollen, but I got the broken tooth out. (Doctor Cindy)
  • Thank goodness, do you think the fall caused any permanent damage? (Bruce Wayne)
  • No, the swelling should go down now that the broken tooth is gone. (Doctor Cindy)

  • Thank you Doctor Cindy. (Bruce Wayne)
  • It was my pleasure Mr Wayne. (Doctor Cindy)
  • Is there anything else I need to do. (Bruce Wayne)
  • Bring her back if the swelling doesn't go down, other wise I'll see her in six months. (Doctor Cindy)

  • Pam, can you schedule Sara for a cleaning in six months. (Doctor Cindy)
  • Sure, do you have a day or time preference Mr Wayne? (Pam)
  •  No, I'll make whatever you give me work. (Bruce Wayne)
  • Alright lets see what we got here. (Pam)

  • Mommy, is this where were going? (Justine)
  •  It says 519 on the door so I'm afraid so.Why? (Tara)
  • This isn't the Dentist Office. (Justine)
  • It's not? (Tara)
  • No, its the Tooth Fairy's Office! (Justine)
  • Really! (Tara)

  • Hello. (Pam)
  • Hi, I believe Justine Sporting has a 2:00 appointment.  (Tara)
  • Yes she does, please have a seat and I'll let the Doctor know your here. (Pam)

  • Justine? (Tara)
  • Yes, Mommy. (Justine)
  • Do you want to sit down? (Tara)
  • No, thank you. (Justine)

  • Six year old Justine Sporting's here. (Pam)
  • Great, I know her Mother. (Doctor Cindy)
  •  Do you need me to assist? (Pam)
  • Nope, I'll handle this one alone. (Doctor Cindy)

  • Alright here's her file. (Pam)
  • Why is her folder yellow, new patient folders are pink? (Doctor Cindy)
  • Yellow's her favorite color. (Pam)
  • How do you know? (Doctor Cindy)
  • A little fairy told me. (Pam)
  • Very funny. (Doctor Cindy)

  • The Doctor's ready to see you Justine. (Pam)
  • Ooooookay. (Justine)
  • Don't be nervous sweetie, Doctor Cindy isn't going to hurt you.  (Pam)
  • Mommy. (Justine)
  •  Don't worry, I'm right behind you. (Tara)

  • Is this Jalen? (Doctor Cindy)
  • Yes, this is my little man. (Tara)
  • He's beautiful Tara. (Doctor Cindy)
  • Thank you Cindy. (Tara)

  • Hi Cutie. (Doctor Cindy)
  • Hi, are you the Tooth Fairy? (Justine)
  • Yes, I am. (Doctor Cindy)
  • Where are your wings? (Justine)
  • They flap around a lot when I'm trying to working so I put them away. (Doctor Cindy)

  • Is this going to hurt? (Justine)
  • Do your teeth hurt now? (Doctor Cindy)
  • No, my Daddy makes me brush them in the morning and before bed. (Justine)
  • Good, that means this checkup will be quick and painless.  Now lets get a bib on you. (Doctor Cindy)

  • Are you comfortable? (Doctor Cindy)
  • Yes. (Justine)
  • Good, now open wide and let me see those pretty teeth. (Doctor Cindy)
  • Like this? (Justine)
  • Yes, just like that. (Doctor Cindy)

  • Am I done yet? (Justine)
  • Almost, I just need a few more minutes. (Doctor Cindy)
  • Did you find something yucky in there? (Justine)
  • No I didn't find anything yucky. (Doctor Cindy)
  • Then what are you doing? (Justine)
  •  I'm polishing your teeth. (Doctor Cindy)

  • How do you feel? (Doctor Cindy)
  • Fine, but my teeth feel slippery. (Justine)
  • Is that a good slippery or a bad slippery. (Doctor Cindy)
  • A good slippery. (Justine)
  • Does that mean you'll come back. (Doctor Cindy)
  • Yes! (Justine)

  • Are her teeth okay? (Tara)
  • Her teeth are perfect. (Doctor Cindy)
  • Thank you Cindy, you made this so easy. (Tara)
  • It was my pleasure Tara, see you in six months. (Doctor Cindy) 

  • Did Justine get a tooth brush? (Doctor Cindy)
  • Yup, she picked a yellow one with a fairy on the handle. (Pam)
  • Smart kid. (Doctor Cindy)
  • Yes she is. (Pam)

Monday, July 4, 2016

The Graduation

Frostburg State University 
(Graces Grove version of it)

Ty-Juan.......Ty-Juan? (Megan)
I'm over here. (Ty-Juan)

  • Are you okay? (Megan)
  • Yes, I just needed some air. (Ty-Juan)
  • Are you ready to go back in? The Graduation is about to start. (Megan)
  • Yes, let's go. (Ty-Juan)

(Proudest moment of my life!)

  • Did we miss anything? (Megan)
  • No, you're just in time. (Rain)
  • Who are they? (Ty-Juan)
  • They're the professors. (Rain)

  • Do you see her?  (Megan)
  • Yeah, she's behind the guy with the red sash. (Rain)
  • Okay, I she her now. (Megan)
  • How could you miss that smile! (Ty-Juan) 

  •  Synquis Vinnea Hall
  • Graduates with a 3.208 GPA
  • Her degree is in Global Business

One hour later............

Synquis, we're so proud of you! (Megan)

  • Congratulations Synquis. (Aaron)
  • Thank you. (Synquis) 
  • What are you going to do now? (Ty-Juan)
  • I'm gonna get some sleep, college is exhausting. (Synquis)
  • Ha Ha Ha Ha! (Everyone) 

Across the court yard............

  • We did it! (Liam)
  • No, you did it! (Marissa)
  • Only because you helped me. (Liam) 

  • Why is that boy swinging my baby around? (Marcell)
  •  Oh stop it, he's not hurting her. (Nana)
  • He better not. (Marcell) 
  • Is everything alright over there? (Marcell)

  • Everything's fine, Daddy! (Marissa)
  • Is it Son! (Marcell)
  • Yes, yes it is sir. I was just thanking Marissa. (Liam)
  •  I'd like her feet to remain on the ground next time. Alright? (Marcell)
  • Yes, yes of course Sir. (Liam)

  • I'm gonna go. (Liam)
  • Don't leave he's just messing with you. (Marissa)
  • I know, I need to find my family anyway. (Liam)
  • Alright, call me later? (Marissa)
  • Don't I always? (Liam)

  • Congratulations Marissa! (Juanita)
  • Thanks Juanita. (Marissa)
  • I'm proud of you baby. (Marcell)
  • Me too Sis. (Maci)
  • Thank you Daddy, Thanks Maci. (Marissa)

  • Come on, get real close together. (Marcell)
  • How's this Daddy? (Maci)
  • Looks good......wait where's Juanita? (Marcell)

  • Move your butt Juanita, I can't take the picture without you. (Marcell)
  • This is a family moment Uncle Marcell. (Juanita)
  • Don't sass me girl, get over there. (Marcell)

  • Say, FROSTBURG! (Marcell)
  • FROSTBURG!!!!!! (Juanita, Maci, Marissa, Nana)

  • So, how do you feel? (Juanita)
  • Juanita........did you know Aaron was gonna be here? (Maci)


  • I'm sorry Marissa but, I gotta go. (Juanita)
  • You need to face him. (Marissa)
  • I know, but today isn't that day. (Juanita)

  • Please don't see me, please don't see me. (Juanita talking to herself)

  • Is that Juanita? (Aaron)
  • Yup. (Megan)
  • Did you know she was going to be here? (Aaron)
  • It crossed my mind. (Megan)

  • What are you doing? (Marissa)
  • I'm checking my hair. (Maci)
  • Why? (Marissa)
  • Aaron, might come over to congratulate you. (Maci)
  • Girl please, he don't want you! (Marissa)

This is Synquis holding her doll at lunch after the graduation.




Sunday, August 9, 2015

The night before the Wedding (continues 5)

What are you doing? (John)
I'm reading a book. (Gia)
I can see that. (John)
Then why'd you ask? (Gia)
Because you should be getting ready for take off, but you have goop on your face, curlers in your hair and you don't have your uniform on. (John)
So? (Gia)
Have you forgotten where you are? (John)

Nope. (Gia)
Are you going to change? (John)
Nope. (Gia)

Why not? (John)
Because I'm on vacation. (Gia)
We were on vacation. Were not anymore. (John)

 No,  I'm still on vacation. (Gia)
Baby, you know our contract says we're available 24/7. 
That means our plans change whenever the Boss calls. (John)
Not anymore, I've had enough. (Gia)

Are you telling me you don't want to work together anymore? (John)

No, I'm telling you that I don't want to work on this airplane tonight!  (Gia)
Why not? (John)
Because he said we didn't have to. (Gia)
I know but..... (John)
There aren't suppose to be any buts,
We're suppose to go to his wedding, then fly him and his bride to a tropical island.
We're not suppose to be flying to God knows where in the middle of the night, tonight! (Gia)

I understand your frustration but this isn't the time or place to discuss it. (John)
We don't have to discuss it, I already told you I'm not working tonight.
Yes you are,  I'll help you get yourself together. (John)

I don't want your help, get off of me. (Gia)
Stop acting like a little baby. (John)
I'm not acting like a baby. (Gia)
Yes you are. (John)

No, I'm not. This job has been controlling our life for years.
It's time for a change. (Gia)
I like our life just the way it is. (John)
You're joking right? (Gia)
No, I'm not. (John)
 We can't have a baby living like this. (Gia)
Then we won't have a baby. (John)
What?! (Gia)

Is everything okay in here? (Aaron)
Everything's fine, Sir. We'll be in the air in twenty minutes. (John)
Thank you, John. (Aaron)
Your welcome, Sir. (John)

Gia, are you okay? (Aaron)
Yes, Sir. (Gia)
You don't look okay. (Aaron)

I'm sorry, I'm out of uniform, Sir.
If you excuse me for a moment, I'll will correct the situation right away. (Gia)

That's not what I'm talking about and you know it. (Aaron)
I'm sorry Sir, but I...... (Gia)
Don't blow smoke up my butt, I heard what John said. (Aaron)
 I know you did. (Gia)
Then, talk to me. (Aaron)

I'm sorry Sir, but this isn't the time or place. (Gia)
Gia, If you're upset you need to talk about it. (Aaron)
Mr Markz, I need to prepare the plane for take off can I be excused? (Gia)
Is this how you want to play this? (Aaron)
Yes. (Gia)
Very well, your excused. (Aaron)
Thank you, Sir. (Gia)

Can you put this away? (Aaron)
It would be my pleasure, Sir. (Gia)

Across the ocean..............................................

I can't believe he didn't call me back. (Nikki)
I can. (Pierre)
And why is that? (Nikki)
Because you broke Independent Woman rule number ONE and TWO. (Pierre)

What is Independent Woman rule number ONE and TWO. (Nikki)
Independent woman rule number ONE and I quote:
"Never put a man before your money." (Pierre)
I haven't done that. (Nikki)
Yes you have. (Pierre)

When? (Nikki)
Were you suppose to work today? (Pierre)
Yes. (Nikki)
Were you working? (Pierre)
No. (Nikki)
Were you suppose to work last Saturday? (Pierre)
Yes. (Nikki)
Did you? (Pierre)
No. (Nikki)
Did you miss a fitting two week's ago? (Pierre)
Yes, but....  (Nikki)

No buts, you were everywhere except where your money was. (Pierre)
I had a lot on my mind. (Nikki)
I'm sure Mr. Wonderful had a lot on his mind too, I bet it didn't stop him from going to work. (Pierre)
Okay, Okay so I didn't follow rule number One. What's rule number Two. (Nikki)
Don't beg. (Pierre)
I don't beg! (Nikki)
Yes you do, I heard you trying to whisper into the phone. (Pierre)

"Please baby, baby please don't leave me, I'll do anything you say." (Pierre)
Shut up! (Nikki swinging the pillow)
"You know I need you, love you and can't live without you baby." (Pierre)
Shut up, Shut up! (Nikki swinging the pillow)
"I really mean it this time baby. Please call me back!" (Pierre)
Shut up, Shut up, Shut up! (Nikki swinging the pillow)
Ha Ha, Alright, alright stop hitting me woman. Ha Ha. (Pierre) 

I really hate you right now. (Nikki)
I was trying to make you laugh. (Pierre)
Ha Ha, very funny. (Nikki)
Relax, everything's going to be fine. (Pierre)
How do you know? (Nikki)
Because I've always wanted to design clothes for a little person and now I can. (Pierre)