RP: Looking over Facts
Date: 9/10 March 2006 Characters: Jillian Dorny Location: flat Hogsmeade Private/Public: Private Rating: G Warnings: none Summary: Jill goes over the papers she got from Yaxley.
She sipped at her tea, one hand, one finger, easily curled around the cup the steam the only thing that seemed to comfort her, especially as her body ached and wracked with pain. The walk to the alley the other night had done her in; if anything her body seemed to scream at every movement, every turn, hell- she was beginning to believe every thought caused pain. The only consolation she had was that the spots, the spots she heard were so unbearable and unsightly were mere dots along her skin. A mild itching creme helped them, all she had to deal with was the fever and aches. Both manageable, even if some small sliver of humanity wanted affection and comfort.
At that weak thought her mother's face flashed in front of her, then her father's and she closed her eyes and clenched her jaw. That life, that existence was over- she cared only for herself, and had no one to rely on but herself. It worked so throughly better that way- no need to worry on anything else; and with that she gave herself a head jerk, as if a nod, and summoned the parchments.
She would work, she had things to report, and things to discover.
Much as before she had his general information: Cassius Vaisey, born April 5, 1979, aged 26; father: Marcus Vaisey, deceased; mother: Emilia Romagna, Italian socialite. Interestingly enough he was living in Hogsmeade and not at the Vaisey Estates. In fact, the Estate, from what it appeared it was completely empty, and it seemed, that besides the occasional drink out at the Broomsticks, he spent most of his time at work- a job, that it seemed he was rather good at. Though he'd had some injuries, especially in the last few battles- there didn't seem to be any particularly strong weaknesses.
Although... Jillian took another sip of her tea and smirked. It seemed that even the big bad Auror was not immune to everything. He was just as stricken with the current disease....