WHO Rylee Nox and Gus Tilki WHERE Independent cafe that Rylee frequents (Mary, think Cherries) WHEN July 21st, 2012, Afternoon RATING PG-13 SUMMARY A date interrupted STATUS In progress
It had been a pretty average week, which was a pleasant change of events. Things, and especially shitty things, kept popping up, but this week had been uninterrupted. No missed work or classes, no lying to cover up her weird-ass secret identity. The only concern she had was in regards to Felix. He was really taking Sunny's disappearance badly, but that was kind of expected. Even if she couldn't see what he saw in her, Felix was a good guy and good guys didn't take well to their girlfriend going missing. Especially not when it was accompanied by that doom and gloom prophecy. As far as Rylee was concerned, Sunny was gone for good. Food for that void monster thing that was eating gods (maybe it had a taste for demis after all), or otherwise prey to the chaotic forces that had been making a pretty good attempt at ruining all their lives. She felt badly for Felix because he deserved to know what happened, but honestly, she had no particular love for Sunny, except on Felix's behalf.
In any case, an average week deserved an average weekend, which meant the redhead wanted to be entertained. On an impulse, she'd texted Gus to meet her at a cafe she liked to hang out at. Yes, she had more hangouts than just bars. The cafe was a pretty nifty place - they had edible flowers on some of their desserts, which was really freaking cool. Sometimes she bought one just for the novelty of eating a flower; the taste wasn't incredibly impressive. At least, she hadn't had one yet that was incredibly impressive. It was kind of hidden away, which kept the crowd from being too scene, or hip, or anything else that would have made Rylee start punching people.
Arriving first, the demigod grabbed one of the couches and ordered one of their specialty teas. The board games strewn around the cafe had given her an idea and she had grabbed up Scrabble.