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Fast forward a couple of years. It’s Chelsea’s turn for the spotlight and Tracy did an outstanding job showing us the new Chelsea and sweet toddler, James! When Tracy announced that she was writing Chelsea’s story, I was ecstatic. I mean, there’s a baby. We need to see it grow up a little bit, right? I needed to see if being a momma changed Chelsea at all too. She was slightly…I don’t want to say “unlikable”, that’s not it…annoying(?)…ahh, immature? Would do whatever she needed and that included stepping on a friend. It was nice to see a more mature Chelsea.
Her new relationship wasn’t so terrible to “witness” either. Jay (fit, eligible doctor) was, overall, a decent guy. I won’t do the spoiler thing, but if I was there, I would have smacked him upside the head a couple of times. *sigh* Men!
I started and finished JAY WALKING on a Sunday night. Yes, Sunday night. No, I could not put it down. You will probably have trouble doing that as well, so I recommend leaving an entire afternoon/evening open. :) It won’t seem like much time has gone by when you’re done. Promise!
Are you ever inspired by a character in a book? We’re almost to the end…bit of a personal moment here. You can skip if you wish. For over a year, I’ve been saying that I’m going to lose some weight. Just over a year ago, I hired a virtual trainer whom I absolutely adore and then threw out my back getting string cheese out of the fridge drawer. Yup. You read that right. String cheese did me in. Out of commission for almost two weeks (major ouch) and still visit the chiropractor at least once a month. I’ve since tweaked another spot in my back and last week, somehow, I subjugated a rib. I’m not sure which hurt more. I’ve been scared to do too much activity-wise since the injury last year and it really shows now. I also sit at a desk all day and most of the evening. Call me lazy. Ha! So. Thank you to Tracy and Chelsea for lighting a little fire. I will be purchasing a treadmill as soon as I am able and my dad and I are building a desk for it so I can walk while I work and read!! #GoMe!!
Daniel was by far the worst, and Chelsea had no spine at all when it came to him. Its one thing to say your babies daddy should have a spot in the babies life, but then to let him almost immediately move in? What is that? They were separated 2 years and sounds like never had a great relationship to begin with! And she says she wants to go slow but as soon as he wants sex she just goes with it. Grow a spine!
I didn't really think Jay or her dad were great either. Jay finds out she has a child and wants to break it off because that brings too much drama? Since at that point he really didn't know Chelsea well, seems a little self centered. And her dad doesn't talk to Chelsea for a few weeks at one point because of a decision she made, and they live in the same house? No support really there.
Just really didn't like the characters.