*Regretting You by Colleen Hoover*
📖 Hello, everyone. It’s been a long while!!! I know I haven’t posted in ages and I’m missing so much in the blogiverse so here I am now making time and letting you all know that I AM BACK! I’ve been very busy with all that’s happened since December and I really miss this! I have pending posts, my tbr has piled up and I don’t even know what’s been happening around here. I actually have so much to say but for now I’ll tell you about the new book I started reading yesterday. It’s from Colleen Hoover, one of my favorite authors and so far I’m hooked! 📖
“Morgan, stop.” Jenny pulls the knife from my hand and pushes me away from the cutting board. “It’s your birthday. You aren’t supposed to do any of the work.”
I lean my hip into the counter and watch her begin chopping the tomato. I have to bite my tongue because she’s slicing the tomato way too thick. The big sister in me still wants to take over and correct her, even in our thirties.
But seriously, though. I could get three slices of tomato out of one of hers.
“Stop judging me,” she says.
“Yes, you are. You know I don’t cook.”
“That’s why I was offering to slice the tomato.”
Jenny holds the knife up like she’s going to cut me. I raise defensive hands and then push myself up onto the counter next to her.
“So,” Jenny says, side-eyeing me. I can tell by the tone of her voice she’s about to say something she knows I’m going to disagree with. “Jonah and I decided to get married.”