No cost Seeing
His form straightens as we walk, I turning away from him in embarrassment. He must think I’m pitiful, always needing to be saved.
I used to think of myself as being independent and able to support myself, but this one day has convinced me otherwise. Trying to trick me into ending the strike.
“Vanessa? ” “I agree.” Zave said I got off of Jason’s arm and straighten myself up. I saw at him. He was holding my old medicine in my hand. Than I looked at him eyes again and took a step back. “ZAY-ZAY!” yelled Ashlen behind me. What is my name? “Good now I know its short notice but want to open the restaurant back up” I couldn’t say the same for Emilie.
I looked around, until I heard a swoosh. “You are a good guy,” I pat him on the shoulder; “I hope that soon your life will be worth living to you.” Feeling that the time had come for me to leave, I amble out the door, shutting it behind me. Nathan just stared at me for a few seconds and then took a step towards me. “They are constrained by the goddess of Time. They have purpose in their life. The blessing of Growth graces their morphing bodies,” Ray shrugs, “to me that is worth more than all the money in the world.
Werewolves, on the other hand, are frozen forever until the moment when they shatter.” His startling emerald green eyes stared at me, his wild red hair in a carefully planned disarray. His jacket, perfectly tailored, was a dark brown color, complimenting the perfectly clear complexion that he seemed to wear effortlessly.
His dark blue jeans rested low on his hips, and a hint of skin was showing right where his tight shirt and jeans met. The muscles he had were straining against his shirt, and his cheekbones, very defined in his masculine face, were slightly red. His full red lips only accented his perfectly proportioned facial features. “Okay, well you’ve got your key, just make sure you lock up.” She said as she waved goodbye and shut the door. So Jodie’s gone home & it was so sad, right?