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He didn't move, although he knew that it would be wise to return to the sidelines. " She gestured at the field. There were now about twenty boys running around, vainly attempting to execute successful throws and catches,. Flynn looked around the field slowly. Activity seemed to hum out there. It always amazed him to see how much energy a little boy could generate. He looked back at Susanna. " "No, that would take a superwoman. " He eyed her quietly. " Although at times, it was close, she added silently.
Billie frowned deeply as he bit into the last of his cookies. When she called him William it meant she was serious. His face brightened suddenly and Susanna eyed his expression cautiously. What was he up to now? She knew Billie could be devious. His next words were predictable. " This was well-traveled territory. She knew what he was angling for. She was torn between doing what she knew was right and giving him everything he wanted. There were times when being a parent was no picnic. '' Billie got up and dutifully rinsed out his glass and washed off his plate.
Just getting warmed up, sport. " Flynn crouched a little lower as the ball came toward them and guided Billie's aim. Contact. The ball went flying into deep left. Billie stared at the ball in open-mouthed wonder, the bat slipping from his fingers to the dirt. " Susanna yelled. Flynn turned and took a step toward first base, carried away by the enthusiasm in her voice before he realized she was shouting the directive at her son and not him. A small, self-depreciating smile touched the corners of his mouth as Flynn turned away.