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Think Happy Thoughts (Frerard)Chapter 1:Think Happy Thoughts (Frerard) by ~GerardsCoffeePot
: Gerard's POV:
I was just slumped in the corner of the coffee shop drinking my coffee like every other morning only today I had an interview! I'm really excited, you see I'm training to be a teacher and so I'm going for a job as a part timer to learn a few tricks before I become full time. My interview was at 11 o'clock, I looked down at my wrist. Damn I forgot my watch. I scanned the room looking for people to ask. My eyes set on this woman who was cleaning a table so I couldn't really tell what she looked like.
"Excuse me" I asked. She turned around. I must have stumbled back a bit as to my surprise it wasn't a she at all. My
StoryI tied a ribbon in my hair. I looked in the mirror, it still didn't look right, but as always it would have to do. I've had the same ribbon in my hair every day my whole life, but it looks awful now I tie it myself. It used to look so perfect, so neat when Mummy used to do it for me. Back then I was only small, about six at the most, now I'm fifteen, fast approaching sixteen, and I still can't do my own damn hair properly.Story by ~JessamineDiane
Needless to say the ribbon is old and it's fraying at the ends now. Hilda has made endless offers to get me a new ribbon, or perhaps a hair scrunchie or a set of bobbles like normal teenagers wear, but she doesn't understa
I'm No Ballard, But-ARCHITECTURE OF THE UNDEADI'm No Ballard, But- by *UmericanPiece
The old city had all but hung up the fight. Its industries, decades aged and met with a brick wall in way of innovation and new enterprises, had drained their assets, seen their workers wear out or outsource, and watched themselves turn from burgeoning streets and complexes to gaping dark hollows and yawning, lolling, thirsty urban graveltracks.
The BioTech company's eager but welcomed offer to build within their limits brought promise of new growth, maybe even a fully renewed metropolis, within the coming ten years. The city council signed them on hastily, sure the Com's impressive if incomprehensible thinkta