|Trixie Brooke (knotgrasswitch) wrote in wished,|
@ 2010-09-15 11:54:00
|Entry tags:||2003:9, megan jones, zacharias smith|
Who: Megan Jones and Zacharias Smith
When: September 15th. Evening.
Where: Megan's place/the skies!
What: Megan and Zacharias go for a ride.
Rating: Lowish. Will change as necessary.
Megan came home from a long day at work. Her back was killing at the moment, but moving a bunch of bags of dragon dung would do that to a girl. As she entered the door she was greeted by a small bark and a very happy Diana. Megan bent down and played with her for a moment, before letting the dog outside into the back yard for a while. The poor girl must have been crossing her legs all day. After checking for accidents in the living room, she quickly went into her room to change and get ready for the rest of the evening. She changed into her favourite pair of denims, and her trusty blue sweater Megan sat herself down on the couch for a few moments looking over at her broom.
It had been almost too long since she had gotten on it, even just to fly around. Truth was, it brought back a lot of memories. Some good, she'd always loved the game and to fly. Okay, she wasn't the best, but that was okay with her. She'd been on the reserve team during school for a long time as Keeper, but finally made it her seventh year full time. Thinking of that just made her think of all of the other stuff that happened that year. Before she could allow herself to start down that dark road she pawing at the back door. Thankful for the distraction Megan bolted up to let Diana in. Soon after she heard a knock at the front door.
"Just come in Z, door's open!" she yelled as she placed Diana's dinner in her bowl, hoping that the kibble would be enough of a distraction as she wouldn't try to jump on her friend. She walked out of her small kitchen and walked into the living room to greet her friend. "I'm really glad you were free tonight." she said welcoming her friend into her house. It wasn't the biggest of places, in fact it was pretty small, but the renting price was right, and she did her best to make it her home.