Evelyn often kept out an extra plate because she knew Trevor was likely to be there.
Trevor made a face, but tried to hide his distaste. "Sure. That sounds fine, Julie."
Smiling, Julie flipped the channel away from the news. "News is so boring!" she said.
"You won't think so in a few years, Julie," Evelyn admonished without looking up from her book.
Julie looked at Trevor and made a face, causing him to laugh.
"I saw that!"
Clearing his throat, Trevor glued his attention to the tv and away from his boss's daughter.
Heather smiled shyly and ducked her head. "Umm, thanks. I'll see you around!" She hurried home without looking back.
Malcolm frowned. "No, sir. I don't think it did, either." Then a grin stole across his face. "But it sure felt good."
Wilbur laughed. "Well there is that. Is your father home?"
Malcolm checked his watch. "No, he should be home in 30 minutes or so. Would you like to wait inside?"
Malcolm stole a glance at Wilbur's name-tag. "So what kind of doctor are you?" he asked.
And Malcolm was hooked. He listened eagerly as Wilbur discussed cases and techniques for the next thirty minutes.
"Well, there's your Father. Feel free to call if you'd like to learn more," Wilbur said.
And boy did he want to learn more!
He briefly looked up when Mandy and Julie walked in the room. Mandy was talking about her date with Jesse Carter, the Romeo of the in-crowd. Julie had just started to shake her head and say something when he felt it... the urge to tease her...
It was just too strong...