After being hit by the Olympian Crystal, Robin was transported to
Seattle, unable to return to Storybrooke or any magical. When it was
clear he had no way to return to his family, Robin finally decided to
bury his broken heart in work–founding a landscaping business, Sherwood
Forestry. Fifteen years later, Robin receives an order from the last
person he ever thought he’d see again, making him realize that hope
never truly dies.
Rayna punched her pillow, turned over and determinedly
closed her eyes. What was up with her
lately? She’d never had trouble with
insomnia before, but lately…lately she just couldn’t sleep.
She had this nagging feeling that there was something she’d
forgotten, something important, something vital. Something
was hovering just out of her consciousness, but she couldn’t reach it. She knew instinctively that if she could just
remember, everything would make
sense. She’d know exactly what she
needed to do.
Talk it over with
Rayna rolled her eyes at her subconscious. Oh yes, that was a brilliant idea! She’d just
call her landscaper and say “Hi, so there’s something I can’t remember and it’s
really important and I thought you could help me with it because…I don’t
know. But maybe if you came by and we
talked it through…and maybe if you brought Henry and Lucy with you…maybe
suddenly my life would make sense again.”
She was sure that would go over really, really well.
Robin would probably cart her off to the mental hospital.
After a few more minutes of tossing and turning, Rayna sat
up with a growl. She ran her hands
through her hair, and then glanced over at the clock on her nightstand with its
numbers glowing a bright red, mocking her.
With a groan, Rayna pushed back the covers, stepped into her
slippers and tossed on her bathrobe. She
clearly wasn’t getting any sleep tonight, and forcing herself to lie in her bed
was just making her more and more frustrated.
She stayed there much longer, she’d start throwing fireballs.
Today I met David Bromstad, my number one interior design inspiration, and got to shoot videos with him for HGTV Handmade as well as my own channel. I’ve been watching him on TV since I was in high school, so it ranks up there with being a Fiesta Agent and designing the John Green Box Set as things I still can’t believe actually happened to me. Just hoping I didn’t fangirl too hard <3
(And if you’re going to VidCon, David will be at the HGTV booth on Thursday!)