Malia: Come home baby. I know it’s not our home home but this compound is our home until your project is finished.
MJ: Wherever you and the kids are is home baby.
Malia: I am dressed up in my Halloween costume.
MJ: They have trick or treating at the compound? It’s kinda late for trick or treating now though isn’t it?
Malia: Not exactly.
Malia: It is Halloween night. Come home and let’s make a baby.
Malia: That was easy.
MJ: I got a lot done today. I feel guilty I didn’t make it home for dinner, I didn’t get to see the kids today, while they were awake anyway, and I feel like being close to you.
Malia: You really love me dont you.
MJ: Yes I do.
Malia: I will be a trick tonight. That will be your treat.
MJ: I am shutting everything down now. Today is the last day of October, breast cancer awareness month, so I gotta get one last breast cancer check in before the month is over.
Malia: You aren’t going to check my breast again until next October? I don’t think that is a very good idea. A lot can happen in a year. You should probably check them often.
MJ: Great point baby. Your health is very important to me. I should definitely check them every chance I get.
MJ: In the picture it looks like you don’t have any clothes on. No top anyway.
Malia: That’s because I don’t have a top on. No bottoms either. Happy Halloween!