|Queen Elsa (forpligtet) wrote in kiseki_logs,|
@ 2015-07-19 12:34:00
|Entry tags:||! arrival, ! general, ! log, elsa, korra, porthos du vallon (bbc), ~ arthur pendragon (bbc), ~ ciel phantomhive, ~ connie maheswaran, ~ constance bonacieux (bbc), ~ david nolan | prince charming, ~ emma swan, ~ felicity smoak, ~ james buchanan 'bucky' barnes, ~ killian jones | captain hook, ~ lancelot (bbc), ~ mako (lok), ~ mary margaret blanchard | snow white, ~ merlin (bbc), ~ nasir, ~ steven quartz universe, ~ stiles stilinski, ~ tsubasa | sakura (trc)|
This diva needs her stage-- wait, wrong character.
[The journal is helpful as always and chooses the moments after Elsa's return to record her. Those checking their journals today will see her - looking somewhat different from before - gripping the edges of her book painfully tight, eyes wide and startled. Then, dawning horror creeps into her expression as the Kiseki memories flood back.]
No... [No, she'd just made her peace with never seeing another human being again.] This can't--
[For a few long moments she looks close to panic, or tears, or both. Finally taking notice of the blinking light indicating the journal is recording her (how familiar. she didn't miss this) she looks down at the book and... something in her eyes harden, and her jaw sets.]
This is how it will be? [Well then.] You'll know where to find me.
[And with that, she turns the recording off. She won't answer any attempts to contact her through the journal.]
[Those who haven't checked their journal today - or have, but would rather not deal with miss drama queen - will perhaps notice that for today only, the lake near the Sakura park is frozen solid. Not only the lake, but much of the ground around the park is covered with ice - which might be somewhat alarming for those who remember the blizzard a few months ago. If it helps, the Usyagi at least don't seem alarmed: they're milling about the lake, setting up hockey sticks, goals, ice skates in various sizes... clearly the residents are encouraged to make use of them.
Leading away from the lake is a path of beautiful ice flowers on the ground - straight and bold, as if the person who made it knew exactly where she was headed - and if you follow it you'll eventually end up by the beach, looking up at this new, icy addition to Kiseki's architectural landscape. Come say hi? Otherwise, mingle at will!]