Jan. 15th, 2021 at 6:20 PM
Anne Shirley-Cuthbert you are a strong independent woman who can handle rejection and there's no reason to be worried about this at all, it's just your heart on the line, nothing serious here. We've techically gone together to two events but Hi.Hello. Um.I know we're already spending a great deal of the holidays together, but I was wondering if you wanted to go with me to one of the New Year's Eve parties? As a date. It doesn't have to be aI've seen a few advertised and they seem like such a fabulous, celebratory time, one to herald in a new year and accept the blessings of a fresh beginning! Not that we need a fresh beginning. We just need us, all of us.
... This got away from me, as most things do. But I look forward to hearing your response, Mr. Blythe.
I miss Cole in times like this a dreadful amount but we make the best of it!I possibly have a date for New Year's Eve and even if he says no, I'm going by myself because I can do that sort of thing. But I could use help ummm. getting ready?
I know there's not a great deal to work with here, but I would be eternally grateful for any advice or help any of you might have to offer. What sort of attire is generally accepted at these parties? What should I do with my dreadful hair? Should I accept the freeing embrace of a woman on her own and lop it off?
... I don't know that I can bring myself to go that far just yet but please help? I know it's vain of me but I'd like to look pretty?
I've been asked to Bitty and Jack's wedding on the 5th and can bring someone, would you like to go with me?
In full disclosure, though, a ghostly Vandran was walking the decks and waiting for me. It is all a bit surreal. He
isn'twasn't willing to give me much information about Uk'otoa or the crystal, but rather it was like he was just checking in on me. Strange experience.
Also, it's the Ball-Eater. Am I the only one with memories of it being destroyed?