The most unpredictable relative! (

Welcome to Amy’s “One Life in a Week” for January 24 – 28:

Dear Ryder Asa and Liam Asa,

Not only is there a possibility that Brody may be the father of you both, your mothers wanted to give you the same name, Asa, after your late Grandpa Asa Buchanan. I guess it could’ve been worse. They could’ve wanted to name you Clint. Your first lesson in life should be to know that none of this is your fault. This is just how the chips fall in Llanview. On top of the drama that has surrounded you since before birth, here are my thoughts on the rest of the goings on around you…

Nice try little brother!
After months of wanting to pay Grandpa Clint back, Inez might’ve gotten a confession out of him had she not continuously fumbled with the police wire in her shirt. Your grandfather is ruthless, but definitely no fool, so when he leaned over and talked into Inez’s shirt to have a little chat with your Uncle Bo, via the wire, I couldn’t help but laugh. However, Aunt Nora confronting Grandpa Clint really put forth an impact. Her words made his guilt rise from the depths of his pores. It’s interactions like these that give us hope that those who have gone down the beaten path will one day possibly be able to be a good example for the both of you. However, be weary of newcomers coming into your family’s fold, such as Aubrey Wentworth, your soon-to-be aunt. She’s no good. Uncle Joey is better off beating feet back to London with Uncle Kevin, which is also where your parents will most likely send you to boarding school in order to be SORASed…

Get out of jail free and eat some cake!
How did Aunt Tea have a cake ordered, baked and professionally frosted for Nate in the course of an hour from the time her and cousin Dani picked him up for court? I guess flan isn’t the only specialty of Carlotta’s. You’ll meet her soon enough when your parents bring you to the diner to show you off.