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Jason Miller

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  1. The other side

    "Having a family did it? I was almost positive that I've always been this way." Jason said with a slight laugh. In truth, Eudoxia brought the corny behavior out of him. It was part of the whole being in love thing. When she mentioned how they had created a monster, and what he had said, Jason chuckled. "He certainly gets a sense of fashion from you. Definitely not me. I didn't have a fashion sense before you." Which was true. She actually got him really nice clothing to wear. Before her, he would have worn t shirts and jeans to just about anything. "We really haven't been in a while, have we?" Jason looked around at every thing. "Let's dance right here. RIght now." He said, extending his hand to her.
  2. The other side

    "Beautiful, much like our family." He said, smiling at her. As she held out her wrist, he gently put it on her, and brought her hand up to her lips, kissing it softly. "Silas helped. He would be mad at me if I didn't tell you that he did." Jason chuckled. It had been hard for Silas to keep the secret, but Jason had promised him any toy he wanted if he didn't tell mommy about the gift. Judging by her reaction, he kept the secret well. He took her hand into his, and then they continued to their destination, finally arriving. The scene before them was just beautiful. The background of the ocean was calming. It would be a very nice dinner indeed. Just Eudoxia, Jason, and nobody else. No children to interrupt. No work calling. Just the two of them. Jason couldn't ask for a better evening.
  3. The other side

    "Perhaps you're right on that. He'll have to settle with a cat." Honestly, Jason wasn't sure he could handle getting another dog. His longtime companion dying really took a huge toll on him, and he wasn't quite ready to replace him. Perhaps the cat could be to Silas, what the dog was to Jason. As she moved into him, he rubbed her shoulder. "Yes, we should. We don't get vacations much. Or time alone. No work. No children." Jason said, and when they were just outside of their destination, he stopped, turned Eudoxia to face him, and pulled her in close. "I love you." He simply said, before giving her a small kiss. "I always will." Jason then reached into his pocket, and pulled out a box. "I was going to wait until dinner to give this to you, but I just can not wait." He handed her the box, which inside contained a charm bracelet with the birthstones of Jason, Eudoxia, Silas, and Persephone on it.
  4. The other side

    As they walked, Jason took her hand into his, and swung it back and forth playfully as if they were two kids who had just fell in love. As she spoke, he chuckled at what she had to say. Silas wanted a new brother. Of course, there was no way that was going to happen. Then, she brought up the dog too. Two things that he was very adamant about. He just shook his head. "Well, he's not getting either. We have enough animals and children running around the house as it is. He can have a goldfish." Jason chuckled. "Once Persephone gets older he can make his action figures blow up her dolls. Until then, he'll just have to use his imagination." "I don't think we could handle another kid, honestly. Do you? Jason pulled her in close, wrapping his arm around her waist. "Do you want another? He asked, seriously.
  5. The other side

    "Would it really be so bad to skip dinner, and go straight for dessert?" He asked, giving her a smirk. And then, as if on cue, his stomach rumbled. "I'll take that as a solid no from my body." He said, laughing. As she told him that she liked his shirt, he looked down at her as she buttoned the last button. "I'd hope so, since yo ubought it. It is quite comfortable. I like the material."" She was always much better at picking out clothing for him than he was. If it was him buying his clothes, it would be mostly band t-shirts and probably shirts without sleeves on them. He returned her kiss, and slid his feet into the shoes he had set out for himself. If Jason was being honest, this was nice. Just the two of them like it had been before. He loved his children with all of his heart, but he really missed the fun that they used to have together. He missed just enjoying her company without having to worry about what Silas was getting into and a screaming Persephone. "Lead the way, my queen." He said, opening the door for her.
  6. The other side

    Work was still consuming a bit of Jason's time, but it had gotten better within the last couple of weeks. Sure, there were times where he was not home every night at a decent hour, but it was nowhere near as much as it had been before. It seemed as though Doe had finally gotten into the swing of things in her studio, and the hired help sure made it easier on her. She couldn't be stuck at the house all of the time. It was still a work in progress, getting things back to semi-normal, but it was worth the work. Jason never wanted to lose Eudoxia. She was the most important person in his life, outside of their children. For their seven year anniversary, Jason wanted to surprise her. He planned it all under Eudoxia's nose. He put his second-in-command in charge at work, rranged for childcare for the getaway, and booked everything. She'd always wanted to go to the Maldives, and she was going to get it this year. Jason sat lounged back in a chair, wearing a pair of khaki cargo shorts, and a button-down white shirt that he left unbuttoned, as he awaited for her to get dressed. When she called out to him, he looked over at her. "You look stunning." He said, getting up and walking over to her. He zipped the dress up, and wrapped his arms around her from behind. "You're going to turn quite a few heads tonight. As you always do."
  7. sleep deprivation

    "I'll never push you away again. I can not lose you." Jason said. He wished that things would slow down at the office so he could be home more. It hadn't been this busy in years. Not since the last time that Sollozzo had been around. The guy was bad news, and the sooner he was caught, the better. However, it seemed as thought he would forever be elusive. It troubled him. He knew what the man was capable of. Jason wanted this guy caught. "I can't wait until the office slows down again and everything goes back to semi-normal." Jason looked at her, and smiled. "Then, perhaps, we should take this to the bedroom?" He asked, looking down at her.
  8. sleep deprivation

    "Oh, yes, that sounds about right." Jason said, as he pulled away, smirking. He placed one hand on the small of her back, pulling her in closer to him. "She should be out for a while, now, yeah?" He looked into her eyes, and brought his lips back to hers once more. "Plenty of time to get intimate..." Jason laid her back on the couch, and climbed on top of her. As he looked down, he smiled. "I truly don't know how you do it, Doe, but you make me fall more in love with you with each passing day." He placed his lips against her neck, breathing slightly on it before planting a kiss there. His hands slid up her body, as he felt every inch of her on his fingertips. "I want you. Right now."
  9. sleep deprivation

    "I certainly didn't think I would ever be okay with it, but I wouldn't change it for anything. Maybe it wasn't that I didn't want children, but I just hadn't found anyone really worth having children with. Perhaps that was the problem." He said, smiling over at Eudoxia. "However, I'm thinking two is enough." He chuckled, looking down at Persephone as she sucked away at the bottle. Jason wasn't ever sure he'd ever want kids, that much was known. Eudoxia changed all of that. He'd finally found someone who wouldn't cut and run. Someone who would stick around through the good and the bad. Somebody worth having a family with. Jason had been blessed by meeting her. "Perhaps she will, but I'll have my eyes on them close." Jason said, snickering. He looked at Persephone, who had fallen asleep in his arms, a little milk still left in the bottle. He smiled down at her, and sat the bottle down. He carefully got up, and walked her back up to her crib. He tucked her in, smiling down at her, before turning back and heading down the stairs. He went over to Eudoxia. "Now, where were we?"
  10. sleep deprivation

    Jason nodded as she said she'd get the bottle, and continued to rock Persephone, hoping to get her calmed down a bit. When she handed him the bottle, and he put it to her mouth, she immediately took to it. "Guess she was hungry then." He said, smiling down at her. At Eudoxia's comment, he looked up at her, and smiled. "We did though, and I wouldn't have it any other way." After Silas had been born, Jason hadn't really wanted another child. But, everything happens for a reason. Jason wouldn't want it any other way now. Their family felt complete, and while they still had a few things that they had to work on themselves, everything was perfect. He looked down at Persephone, and smiled at her as she chugged down her bottle. "She's perfect, really. She has your eyes to, which I just love..." He looked up at Eudoxia. "Which means I'll have to kick the boys.......butts."
  11. sleep deprivation

    "Yes, every single way." He said, smiling at her as her hands went along him. He kissed her lips, much as she had done whenever they were in the kitchen. His hands moved down to her hips, and then down to her legs. He pulled them up around his waist, and pressed his body into hers. "I've missed this too." He said, and he began kissing her neck. His hand then slipped underneath her shirt, and he moved his lips back to hers. This moment was something that had not happened in quite some time, and it was beautiful. It was a moment that they needed, but, with every great moment came that cliche interruption. Persephone had started crying. Jason threw his head back and groaned. "Mmmmmm. Right on cue, isn't she?" He chuckled, and stood up. "I've got her.." He said, and he went up the steps, and soon after was carrying his daughter down in his arms. She was still crying. "Diaper seems fine. Maybe she's hungry?" He asked, looking at her, sitting down on the rocking chair. He began gently rocking back and forth with Persephone, trying to calm her down.
  12. sleep deprivation

    "Some help would be nice..." Jason said, smiling. "It would give us a little bit of time together. Alone. Something we just don't have anymore." Jason looked at Eudoxia, and nodded. "I know they deserve to know me, and they will." He said, putting his arms around her. "Thank you for that. I know I'm not around much, but the time I am around, I try to be the best father I can be." He kissed her head again. "You're a fantastic mother, and they are lucky to have you." Jason rubbed her leg with his hand, and said, "We will communicate with each other more.I'll be around more." Jason said, and he lifted her up in his arms, and carried her into the sitting room, and placed her onto the couch. He laid down beside her, and kissed her softly. "We can communicate in every which way possible."
  13. sleep deprivation

    "Oh, do you now?" He asked, smirking as she leaned in. When she kissed him, it wasn't like the ones that he'd been used to lately. This one had a little more passion in it. Something that they had not had in quite some time. He stood up from his stool, and pressed up against her. He placed his hands on her cheeks, and when he pulled away, he smiled at her. "I've missed this too." Jason said, smiling at her. He took her hands into his, and looked into her eyes. "Two weeks might not be enough time to get in everything on your honey do list. Sounds like after that I might just have just have to start leaving the office on time, leaving it up to the Deputy. Something I should have done a lot more often, if I'm being honest." Jason kissed Eudoxia's forehead. "I know I can't apologize enough for not being home as much. The office may need me, but you all really need me more."
  14. sleep deprivation

    "Oh, I am definitely doomed. But, I wouldn't have it any other way. I wouldn't trade them in for anything in the world." He said, smiling. It was crazy that there was a moment in time that Jason didn't want children. Not even in the slightest. With Doe, though, it felt right. When she made the comment about headbutting the bad guys, he chuckled. He had used his head for that a time or two out in the field. Unorthodox, but effective. "They'll be tough like the both of us." Jason said, smiling. As he finished up his food, he wiped his mouth clean. "We need to make the most of this time, you know. Two weeks may seem like some time, but it will fly past. What should we do with it?" He asked, moving closer to Eudoxia.
  15. sleep deprivation

    Jason smiled. "I won't be much good with the chasing." He said, frowning. "I'm afraid that my body just does not allow that much anymore." He looked at Doe. "I'll delegate." Jason was now okay with the idea that his days in the field were over. He was accepting of his place behind a desk. A more political role than anything. With everything that was going on with the Sollozzo situation, Jason was finding himself being hounded by reporters over "sightings". It was a nightmare. Jason laughed. "Okay, so it'll be my fault. Good thing I'm off then. I'll just take care of all of you." He said, grinning. "And, hey! I'm not that hard headed..........Okay, maybe I am." He laughed. Jason looked at the plates of food, and took a deep breath. "Moment of truth..." He said, and took a bite. He chewed it a few moments, and swallowed. "Not bad..." He said, and took a sip of his beer.
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