A Little Bit Okay [H-C Bingo]Alice had been wanting to talk to Herry for a few days now—so of course the day she decided that yes, today was the day that she was going to talk to him about it was the day they both got slammed with homework. A better person might have tried to put a more positive spin on it—mass homework meant they would be tackling it all at the public library, per an agreement as old as their friendship, and thus away from the ears of people who weren’t supposed to hear all this yet—but frankly, Alice was not a better person. She didn't even consider herself an especially great person, which was why she spent the night before this staring at the ceiling trying to decide how to best approach the situation.A Little Bit Okay [H-C Bingo] by supergeek17
As long and hard as she'd thought about this, she supposed she should have been a lot calmer, but as she dropped her backpack on the library table, she could feel her stomach turning at the prospect of saying anything, great relationship with Herry or no. Whatever Herry w
The Future Depends pt 2 [Part II of II: H-C Bingo]Neil couldn't remember a more miserable October, and it had only just begun. As he reviewed and signed off on reports, he could hear the rain pounding on the window, as well as the occasional, distant rumble of thunder. This was the kind of weather Jay said was good for sleep, and given that Jay had been complaining of back pains when he woke, Neil could easily imagine him curled up amid quilts and sheets.The Future Depends pt 2 [Part II of II: H-C Bingo] by supergeek17
Just before noon, as Neil's mind was starting to wander to the prospect of lunch (the weather was too terrible to go home, and a working lunch was becoming a distinct possibility), there was a knock on the door, barely heard over the thunder. "Come in," Neil called.
The door opened, and a sergeant stepped inside. "Lieutenant Cole," he greeted, saluting.
Neil stood long enough to return the gesture, then sat back down to approve the last reports. "Sergeant."
"There's a young lady here to see you, sir," the sergeant informed him.
Neil's pen paused over the signatory line. "A you
I just realized that I never told you guys how my trip went. So here's how my trip went—
It was good. Catherine and I got into Anchorage no problems, hit the hotel and screwed around for a bit. We also went to go see The Book of Life and holy. Fuckballs. That movie is amazing, 11/10 do recommend. Yes. Loved it. I also hit / made Catherine come with me to Barnes and Noble where I spent like $200 again. Notable purchases include Series I of Doctor Who (Niiiiiiiiiiine, my love ), a hard copy of Les Mis I'll read at some point, volumes 2 and 3 of All the Wrong Questions and the first two books of The Secret Series, which comes very highly recommended, especially if you like Lemony Snicket's style (different author, similar writing). I finished the first book yesterday, am working on the second and spared myself the agony of wait time and just order three, four and five.
Saturday we went to the mall (I bought a pair of boots for my Dean Winchester cosplay), then went to go see the show. Here we an into problems—didn't leave early enough and the stupid GPS was giving us problems and we had to park like a block away from the theater and we ended up missing the first two numbers. I was totally about to have an anxiety attack of some kind because Catherine was paying for our parking spot and I was hauling ass in a dress and dress flats down 5th Avenue and I thought she was going to be way later but it wasn't a big deal. We weren’t the only bozos who were late for the thing. The rest of the show was phenomenal. I wasn't too thrilled with their Fantine, but the Young Cosette was cute (local talent apparently, lol). Everyone was really good and as is my habit, I cried like a baby at the end. Oh God, if you want to turn me into a trainwreck, make me watch the end of Les Mis. Afterwards we went to dinner and did an alcohol run (this is when someone will likely ask me what in gay hell an alcohol run is—no shame in doing so, kids). The lady behind the counter called me "The Snack Lady" because all I bought was pop, a KickStart and candy.
Sunday we got to the airport and whatever. I got a cheeseburger, fries and a pop from the McDonald's in the terminal for a freaking $1 because I had the little Monopoly pieces they do for a free burger and a free thing of fries. Best dollar I ever spent, yo. Then the sucky thing was we got on the plane and icy fog delayed us for an hour, which sucked, but we eventually got home.
So, to summarize:
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