Oblivious that she was about to be contradicted, Grace chattered away as she zipped her over-sized, red, down coat. “I was going to say something about going to the Civic Center, but you beat me to it. Or better worded, Liz did.” The seatbelt clicked, and she tilted […]
Things are changing faster than Dirk can keep up.
Dirk and Liz go on their first official date.
Bryce proves he’s the friend Dirk didn’t know he needed.
Liz and Dirk are presented an interesting opportunity by none other than Bryce.
A surprise visit from Dirk forces them to confront their feelings.
And where was Dirk in the picture? Dirk answered his own question. Nowhere. He wasn’t around enough for Cameron to consider him worth drawing.
Liz pressed send, set the cell phone on the arm of her recliner, and snuggled in to watch the Minion movie for the hundredth time. Before she had time to get comfortable, Cameron whimpered the one phrase every mother dreads hearing…
It was February 13th. Angst took over Dirk’s mood. He and Liz weren’t together for their one month anniversary, nor would they see each other for Valentine’s Day.
Liz had heard him say he loved her. But it couldn’t be love, love. She smirked when he said it. Dirk was too young to know about love. Still, it was sweet. Liz gave his hand a little squeeze. “Don’t worry. I won’t hold it against you.”