9 Crazy Months pt 3Tuesday 6:30 AM
Riel was still beside herself with glee as she drove to school. Her big brother was finally moving out of his weird antisocial stage. She'd never tell him he'd had her worried because it wouldn't accomplish anything, but it was so awesome. Not to mention he was finally owning up to being gay. Most of the girls in the school had a bet going as to whether he was gay or straight with a rare few who thought he was bisexual or asexual or other weird stuff like that.
Casually she got out of her car since she was at her parking spot with one last check in the mirror. Yep, her makeup and hair were still perfect. As was expected.
As she strolled into the school making her way to her table occasionally nodding at friends she passed. As she sat down she turned to a brunette with short hair held from her face with some adorable barrettes who was busily scratching at a sheet of paper with a pencil.
"Julie, just who I wanted to talk to."
The girl looked up a smile bright on her
9 Crazy Months pt 2Monday 9:32 AM
Taure stared in disbelief at the grade on his research paper that he'd gotten back after class. It was a 99. Him. Geting a 99. Inconcievable it was. Had to be a mistake. Had to be. Quickly he went to get the professor's attention.
"Excuse me, Professor Scriven? I think there's a problem. If we're on a curve how did my paper get a mere 99?"
The professor a youngish woman who looked like she'd grow into a librarian that was the stuff of nightmares sighed and adjusted her glasses "Obviously because someone did better then you Taure."
"Who? I demand to know who managed to get a better grade then I!"
She shrugged "3 seats over to your left and 5 behind."
Glaring he looked behind at the scurrilous egghead who dared do better then him...instead of the hopeless poindexter he was expecting what greeted his gaze was a buxom female with dark hair and a tan sucking on a lollipop as she checked her cellphone absently. Quickly he recounted the desks, but no the girl w
9 Crazy Months pt 1Monday 7 PM
Lalaith paced in the lobby before the interview. It was the last interview on her checklist, and actually hadn't even been there when they day began. In an attempt to get her mind off of just how bored she was the blonde foxgirl recalled all the many things that had gone wrong over the course of the day...
The morning had started out pleasant enough. She'd woken up first in her family as usual and by the time she got back from her morning excercise her little sister Riel had finished making breakfast. After wolfing down her breakfast, but before she could run out the door her mom handed her a list of paper with various times for job interviews and a look. You know the mom look that says "sweetie, you're in your 20s it's time to get back to school or get a job" So, with a shrug (not liked she'd been plannning to do much of anything today anyway) she'd gone to the places on the list.
The first one had been some sort of secretary job. After giving her ragged jeans a du