“What’s been going on with you?” Tammy asked.
“Nothing much. You know same ole same ole,” Landon answered nonchalantly.
“You don’t look like same ole same ole. No one could get you on the phone yesterday. I tried you a few times myself. What were you doing yesterday?”
Landon stuttered, “I, I, um, well…”
“You only stutter when you are about to tell me a quick one,” said Tammy, “You know you are a horrible liar. What’s up?”
“I don’t know if I am ready to share this or not.”
“I promise I will keep it in the vault.”
“Seriously you can’t even tell your husband about this.”
“I promise I won’t tell his can’t hold water ass nothing,” she said laughing.
“Okay. I’m seeing someone.”
“I knew it. You are glowing so much I can see a halo over your head. What is he like?”
“He’s kind, attentive, generous, sexy, athletic, good-looking, well-mannered.”
“All of that? Damn. Where did you meet him?”
“Uh-oh. He better not be married Landon.”
“He’s not married and you know I wouldn’t do that.”
“So what’s the problem?”