Who Jack and Angel (aka The Other Men) What Having tea Where The Jack/Jules residence When Today. At tea time. Warnings T for Tea
Jack had spent the day before with Melissa and he was certainly feeling it. Of course, he didn't seem much out of sorts, just a bit tired, but he had had a spilting headache that morning that was sated by aspirin and some coddling with Jules before the man was off to his classes. Jack then puttered about for the day, answering calls for his rocker persona in Betty Boop pajamas, watching 'Arsenic and Old Lace' and generally being lazy. He got himself a shower before he figured Angel would pop by, and was dressed (mostly-he had on jeans and a long sleeved maroon shirt, but he couldn't be arsed to do the underwear or the sock thing) and sitting on the couch, 'A Touch of Mink' now on the television as he waited for the man to show. He really enjoyed Angel, and was glad he could be a friend to the man when he arrived. He hoped Greg only had good news for him.
Thinking of Greg, Jack sighed and ran his fingers through his hair. He hoped the man and Ray had sorted things out and truly feared Ray hated him after he found out the man thought he and Greg were a bit close. Sure, Greg seemed to think the opposite, but Jack rather thought Greg was the sort to lie to a person to make them feel better-but only if he cared about them. Which was lovely, of course, but Jack didn't want Greg to stress himself over his feelings. He wanted Greg happy. Ray, too. It was difficult, really. A sticky situation.
Jack shook his head and got himself a chocolate chip cookie (he had bought a bag from the store, God forbid he try to bake) to much one as he waited for Angel to arrive. Oh well. Plenty to talk about, he supposed.