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Task for Day 7: The holiday season is all about showing love to your fellow man. Do a random act of kindness today and record it in the comments below.
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Excerpt from Brie Embraces the Heart of Submission:
The drive home was agreeably quiet. Sir seemed as satisfied by the night’s events as she was. It pleased Brie that he had openly acknowledged his feelings for her in front of Marquis. Although Sir hadn’t used the L word, the meaning was the same. She assumed it was a big step for him.
The night still had one pleasant surprise left. After they returned to the apartment, Sir told her to work on editing her film while he polished a presentation he was to give the next day.
They sat on the couch beside each other with their computers. It was so pleasant and sweet that Brie decided to google something she’d been curious about. Sir had once told her that he was a condor, and said it with such tenderness that she knew it held significance to him. She typed in the word ‘condor’.
Brie glanced over the stats of the bird, noting that she had been right. They were a type of vulture—not sexy in the least. However, the California condor was the largest bird in North America. It wasn’t until she got to the behavior of the creature that she finally grasped Sir’s meaning. She was surprised to learn the birds lived to be incredibly old—like fifty to sixty years—and the males waited until they were sexually mature before picking a female. Her heart skipped a beat when she read the words, ‘condors mate for life’. That was what he’d meant!
‘I’m a condor’ had to be the most romantic thing she’d ever heard.
She glanced at Sir, hardly able to contain her joy.
He looked up from his screen and smiled. “What?”
“You’re a condor, Sir.”
He raised his eyebrow. “Yes, I am.”
She smiled shyly. “I’m a condor, too.”