"You look beyond adorable," the other woman argued good-naturedly. "Look at those cheeks. I could just reach through the picture and pinch them." Kami shot Pru a sideways look and grinned. "Babies are too cute for words," she admitted. "I can't help but cuddle them if the moms let me. Kids are just as cool. There's something really special when you can make them smile full-on."
With a gesture better suited for the hanging of the Mona Lisa, Kami placed the baby picture on the wall. Then she stepped back and regarded it with a huge smile. "Perfect," she announced. Glancing back at Pru, the smile gentled and she gave a little shrug. "No reason at all. I think it's important to love what you're doing or why would you even do it? I love acting and dancing and even singing. I might not be Kristin Chenoweth but I can carry a tune well enough to get buy." She stepped back and returned to the box of pictures with a faint sigh. Somehow the sigh held no sadness or signal for worry; it was merely a breath after a thought. "I really need to find more jobs," she admitted. "I miss the rush."
Kami looked up at Pru, head tilted. "You probably totally understand me, right?"