Back to School and Work Lunches

Bentley licked Dani’s face. “It can’t be time to get up already,” she thought. An hour later, after running the dog, she was starting breakfast for her children. Charley joined her in the kitchen and began making fresh-squeezed orange juice, “sounds like the kids are up and at least moving,” he observed.

Dani nodded, “they think there’s no rush since they made their lunches and bathed last night, but we…