Erin pulled into the driveway at the house, lining up with the left side of the garage... what Master had termed “her side.” She saw His car parked on the driveway behind her mother's car. Erin had a pang of guilt as she pulled her car into the garage. Master should have taken the open spot in the garage and left her to park on the driveway. It just wasn't fair, she thought to herself.
The door to the kitchen opened as Erin was taking some grocery bags out of the back seat. David stood there, smiling at her, which only made Erin more upset. Her sadness spawned a frown and David's eyes fixed on it. “What's wrong, little one?”
“Why didn't you take the open side, Master?” Erin looked like her question was a matter of life and death. David walked over to her and embraced her in his arms. “Is that all you're worried about, Erin?” he asked with a chuckle.
“But now you'll have to move your car to let Mom out and... and...” Erin was vexed at David's reaction to her concern. Didn't He see that she was worried about his car and his having to move it later?