Title: Witches Pox III
Date: Feb 24, 2009 at 12:53 AM
Ocha – Feb 24, 2009 at 12:53 AM
Sasha didn’t argue once when Aidan took care of not only the bill, but on taking her home. She only made the suggestion that they stop by her shop. After all she had popped into the radio station very unexpectedly. She didn’t have her purse or anything. There wasn’t any reason to linger and she was told point blank by her employee to just go home.
With no good reason to stay in town and knowing no one would be able to steal Lord Luck, her motorcycle, Sasha closed her eyes on the ride home, not even able to enjoy the scenery.
The young red head was surprised to notice Dane’s truck in the driveway when Aidan pulled in. It usually took a while to drag Kendal away from anything she was doing. If for no other reason then her sister was stubborn for the sake of being stubborn.
Walking into Autumn Manor there was Kendal on the floor, and Dane and over course Harrison. There was in Kendal’s hand a most surprising thing. With the last burst of energy she had, in fact Sasha didn’t even know she had any energy left she rushed over and knelt down next to Kendal. “Where… how…?” Sasha wasn’t doing very good getting out any of her questions as she lightly touched the page with a frown.[/dashed]
Alarice – May 14, 2009 at 7:51 PM
A Bleeding Heart … That name certainly didn’t sound encouraging.
And there was no telling how much more time they had before it was too late for any kind of cure.
Dane looked up in time to see Aidan and Sasha walk in. He stood aside and watched Sasha kneel down beside her sister, giving them a nod and a wave. “Kendal, if you can focus for a bit? Witches’ Pox. Cure?”
Divinatas – May 20, 2009 at 1:25 AM
Finding Blair’s book was sobering, but not enough to erase her current affliction. She was struggling to keep her attention focused to the issue at hand, especially now that Sasha had returned home and they could do something about it before it got worse.
“A bleeding heart. It’s a [i]flower[/i], Dane. Really, not everything about us is fire, brimstone and doom! We just need to ones that bloom in this specific part of Japan but that shop downtown should have dried ones. Or did they have Dragon Lilies..?” Blabbering nonsense. Focus, Kendal!
“It’s the main thing, but there are other ingredients. I got the list anyway, Sasha come with me and we’ll go to H-”
“I don’t mean to make things difficult,” interjected Aidan quickly, “but maybe you should let me and Dane go pick up the, uh, bleeding heart and other ingredients. You two could stay here. Out of trouble.”
Kendal blinked at Aidan, a dreadfully wicked smile on her face as she pointed a finger towards him. “Trouble? I can show you some trouble!”
Before anything happened, Harrison grabbed Kendal’s wrist and tilted her hand down. “A brilliant idea, Mr. MacGregor. This is the list. If you both can go quickly and return as soon as possible, that would be ideal.” Harrison had mysteriously produced a piece of paper out of his pocket that looked a lot like a shopping list. He handed it over to Aidan.
“R-Right. We’ll take care of this.” he put a hand on Dane’s arm, tilting his head towards the door to signal they better make the escape quick. He wasn’t sure what Witch’s Pox was, but if the way Sasha was behaving was any indication, having both she and Kendal afflicted sounded dangerous.
Ocha – May 27, 2009 at 5:15 PM
Oh great, Sasha was going to have to go back out. She wasn’t sure she wanted to have to deal with any more mistakes. Though she wasn’t feeling too guilty about the fangirls. Granted she was going to have to fix that eventually.
She gave a grateful look to first Aidan for suggesting that he and Dane go instead and then to Harrison for keeping Kendal in check and giving him a list. However Kendal was now getting glared at by her younger sister as the boys were leaving.
“A hex? You were going to hex my Aidan!” Sasha was pissed and she firmly took Blair’s book from Kendal and put it on her lap.[/dashed]
Divinatas – Jun 22, 2009 at 10:12 PM
Aidan paused only for a second at the sound of Sasha’s comment, before he and Dane headed out the front door. There was an odd sort of smile on his face, that despite the circumstances he couldn’t seem to brush off. Finally, as he jumped in to the driver’s side of his truck he coughed and turned to Dane.
“Alright, looks like we’re off on a real man’s adventure. For some reason, I figure this won’t be the easiest shopping list in the world.” he commented.
“I wasn’t going to hex [i]your[/i] Aidan. I was going to scare him a bit!” hissed Kendal right back. She snatched Blair’s book out of Sasha’s hands, and was quickly up on her feet and running out of the living room.
Harrison, being the amazing butler that he was, rarely showed even a flicker of emotion across his face. But even now there seemed to be a twitch at the corner of his eyebrow. He cleared his throat loudly.
“Perhaps you would both like a nice hot drink and to read the book in the kitchen.” he suggested loud enough so that Kendal and Sasha might hear no matter where they were running or squabbling at.
Kendal paused somewhere in the hall and gave a loud laugh! “HA! Only if Sasha promises not to fry my for picking on her boyfriend!”
Ocha – Jul 14, 2009 at 5:01 PM
“Boyfriend?” Sasha nearly yelled as she stood up. “He’s not my… Oh get over here!” She said in a growling voice because she couldn’t actually finish the original sentence for some reason. Had Sasha not been so insistent or perhaps if she hadn’t made that small little pointing gesture nothing would have happened but it was enough with her distracted attention to cause not only Kendal to come flying right into her with the book, but a throw pillow from the couch to smack her in the face as well. All of this caused Sasha to fall to the floor.
Tossing the pillow from her face and trying to push Kendal off of her Sasha looked down at the book that was on the floor next to them and a wave of loss and sadness washed over her. Damn she didn’t want to start crying about Blair.
Blair had lived her life to the fullest Sasha reminded herself. Trying to think of something more positive the young witch recalled a time when she was much younger. Sasha had run up the porch steps and into the living room waving around a piece of mail. “Blair had a baby!”
“Yes dear, I know,” her grandmother said as she worked on a piece of sewing from her favorite chair.
Her grandfather had sat down the newspaper and grinned at the enthusiastic young redhead who was now pouting. “That’s not fair!”
“It’s the advantage of age dear. Someday you’ll get the knack for it if you study enough.”
Sasha crossed her arms, then grinned as an idea came to her. “I bet Kendal doesn’t know yet!” With that she was racing out of the manor.
“Don’t forget your helmet!” She barely heard her grandmother’s voice as the door slammed behind her and Sasha ran over to her bike laying up against the porch and got on it not bothered by the fact that she was wearing a skirt as she peddled out of the driveway and down to town.
As she biked down the familiar road there were three guys out on the yard talking as the teen stopped at the house. Sam and Dane were there which wasn’t surprising in the least. The third guy Sasha couldn’t recall. Jumping off her bike, ignoring it as it crashed onto the grass she ran over and kissed Sam. “You’re an uncle!”
“Oh great who’s going to have to be arrested?” Dane smirked and was rewarded by a smack on the arm from Sasha.
“Blair had the baby you idiot! Now I’m going to tell Kendal.” And Sasha ran inside.
“She’s cute,” Sasha vaguely recalled the third guy saying.
“She’s a kid.”
Sasha then recalled another time she went to Kendal to talk about Blair. That was a darker time though.