|Alice (adifferentfate) wrote in nevermore_logs,|
@ 2016-11-10 11:58:00
|Entry tags:||alice monroe, briareos, digger|
Who: Alice Monroe, Briareos, Digger
When: Thursday afternoon
Where: Briareos' tattoo parlor
What: New tattoo, weird shit is happening, Alice learns the truth
Alice was glad she only worked part time, because the weird conversation on her journal had freaked her out a little. She needed couple of days to calm down from whatever the hell her boss and that lady had been talking about. She really hoped Digger was right and that a group of people were just pretending. It was just strange to her that that such a larger number seemed to be doing it. For now she would just go with the hopes that Digger was correct and try to ignore it. It wasn't working very well, but at least she was trying!
She had reserved a couple of hours for herself with the boss man because she knew the tattoo she wanted would take some time. Hell, it might even take a couple of days to finish. She sat straddled over the chair with her bare back to him as he worked on the wings she had designed for herself. She didn't explain what it meant to her, or why they were chained. She didn't want to because she didn't generally divulge her feelings to anyone. Deep down, Alice felt broken and trapped. She didn't know what would ever happen with Jared, not that she really wanted anything to. She just worried about him, even if she felt he had been avoiding her the last few months.
She took the pain of the needle well, even if it had hurt like a bitch at the beginning. The longer he worked the more numb her back felt, which seemed to help with whatever she had been feeling. She was lost in thought before that strange conversation came to mind. "I didn't know you're married," she said thoughtfully. Out of that entire conversation, Alice had chosen that piece of information. She could have asked about his use of the word mortal and how that lady seemed to be egging him on. She had just never seen a woman around before that wasn't a customer. She had certainly never seen that lady. She was just curious.