Apr. 17th, 2009


Who: Alessa and Lisa
What: Meeting at a diner.
When: Early in the morning, April 17th
Where: A diner
Rating: Low
Status: In progress

Coffee and a conversation. )

Apr. 1st, 2009


Who: Lisa, Alessa
What: An accidental meeting
When: Early afternoon
Where: A magic shop
Rating: Probably low.

The things you find in a magic shop. )

Mar. 17th, 2009


WHO: Faith and OPEN!
WHAT: Lá Fhéile Pádraig sona daoibh!
WHEN: On the 17th of course!
WHERE: A suitably loud Irish pub
STATUS: In progress

NOTE: Open to multiple threads, threads with others, threads everywhere! Come one, come all to celebrate St Patrick's day!

The best part of being Irish was getting to celebrate it )

Mar. 12th, 2009


Who: Zatanna and OPEN
What: A little street magic to make money
When: Late afternoon
Where: LA Streets
status/rating: OPEN/PG

Watch the card and watch it very carefully… )

Mar. 9th, 2009


Who: Lisa Garland
What: The reason for her apology to Alessa.
Where: A hospital in L.A.
When: Backdated to before her post defending Alessa.
Rating: PG-13, for mentions of injuries.
Status: Narrative, in progress.

She could have been Alessa, under different circumstances. )

Feb. 24th, 2009


Who: Lisa
What: Lisa comes to a fateful decision.
Where: Lisa's apartment
When: Backdated to last night.
Rating: PG
Status: Complete

She didn't need Alessa's help. She had always looked after herself just fine. )

Feb. 6th, 2009


Who: Alessa Gillespie and Lisa Garland
What: Alessa and Lisa talk about things over food.
When: Sunday, January 29th 2006, early evening
Where: A diner
Rating: PG to PG-13
Status: Thread Incomplete

It had not been two days since Alessa had taken the dip into the pits; but already she was feeling so much better. )

Jan. 20th, 2009


Who: Alessa Gillespie and Lisa Garland
What: Lisa's arrived in L.A. and Alessa goes to see her.
When: Afternoon of Lisa's arrival. 1/19/2006
Where: A park
Rating/Warnings: TBD but likely low.
Status: Thread incomplete.

Flower Crown of Poppy )

January 2010




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