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My name is Siren, I've been a role player now for 10+ years, but I have a crazy, crazy life. I tend to disappear a lot, I can take a while to reply, and sometimes I do just forget to reply. Forgive me, I'm human. I tend to write high casual to advanced, and CANNOT STAND one liners. Also, I prefer to double or play multiple charactera. I think it adds more necessary drama.

So umm... Hi! And welcome to my page!


@Love DoveShe and I started role playing together for what feels like forever, but I love her to death. She's always there for me, on and off site. I couldn't ask for a better partner and friend. She and I are like peas in pod, and I love how she challenges me in our role plays and makes me laugh in our chats.

@El Taco Taco we may not talk all the time, but I love her. She gives me my necessary doses of Harry Potter goodness!! Love ya girl!

@paragloan She was one of my favorite people ever. She and I had been friends for a pretty good amount of time off the guild, and I will always remember her fondly. She was my psychotic soulmate, and I miss her a lot. Rest in Peace, one day we'll meet again.

I know there's more of you, but only doing a top three for now.



The Siren's Call

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Zedekiah, better known as Zed, is the nephew of Julian Harlow and Mark Martin. He is the son of their sister whom they cut ties with after his birth. While they cut ties with his mother, they have always been there for him to the point Julian often just calls him his son any way. His father was a merman who corrupted not long after being with his mother, and after he was born he was given to Julian to raise until he decided to go out on his own.

Zed is a very driven and smart man who can do anything he puts his mind to, and he often does things that can be seen as bad. However, Zed sees everything in a gray area, as being good and bad all the time. He is a very family oriented person, and he loves his uncles and his cousins very deeply. He has stayed away from them to protect them from himself. He got very unpredictable for a long time, and his powers became unstable as well.

Zed is very musically inclined and often writes his own music in his spare time, and he is also very good at thinking on his feet, often being able to get out of any situation he needs to whenever it is called upon. He has gotten back in touch woth his family recently and has decided that perhaps attending the school with his cousins might do him some good.



"Not all issues need to be resolved with violence. I hope one day people will realize that one their own."
Reserved seat for Rayce







Lars is the older brother of Latoya Grey, a girl who was said to have left halfway through a school year when actually she went missing. Lars knew something was up and after bringing it to the attention of the Arch Mage, he left as well. He went to follow a lead he found in their room the last time he saw her.

Lars has always been protective of hais sister, especially after they both got turned into vampires. He has always made sure to make ends meet for them, and every time hes taken a human job it has been in security or law enforcement. He has the natural instincts for it, but it wasnt until modern times he actually tried to get into a police force. He was always afraid of being around too much blood. He has since gotten a handle on his bloodlust control and isnt so afraid of it anymore.

Lars is protective. He is also a very good problem solver and knows how to think on his feet. He is very quick witted and sharp tongued. However when you get to know him, hes fun loving and sweet. He also believes strongly in repaying debts that are owed and will not allow one to just be written off.
Miles felt some relief rush over him when she was at least about to confirm he wasn't alone. This was such an abrupt reassignment, but Michael seemed very adamant it be him for some reason. He wasn't sure if that was good or bad. He could feel the sigh of relief come out and he gave a nervous chuckle. "Sorry, it's good to know. What little I've heard about this place, I almost expected to be either the only one or one of few. Just nice to know I'm not actually alone." he said. It was times like this he missed Dawn. She had assignments if her own though.

Her question made him sigh. "I've been away from Heaven before, but it's been a long time. About 300 years. If you teach coexistence, I'm sure you know all about the factions, after my last assignment I was put on duty in Heaven strictly. I actually requested to class because it might help me catch up to modern times." he admitted, and he gave her a slight smile. "You shouldn't have to worry about that." He made a face, "In all honesty with the way things have been, if I 'corrupted' it wouldn't be because of something like this. It would be because of the current state of things up there." He pointed up and shook his head. "But shouldn't really talk about that either."

"I do have one other question because I know I will probably need a tutor for at least one of these classes. Is there a succinct tutor list or is it easier to get with the teachers of each class for that?" he asked her.


Clary raised a brow at Heather's statement about the fae being drama queens. She didn't know, but she could tell there was some level of bitterness there. It didn't take long for Clary to be distracted with Ryan coming back, and once they got stretched out, they started running laps. Clary couldn't help her excitement, but when she looked around to see where Logan was, she saw he was nowhere. That made her pout a bit. Seeing as Ryan just got back, she was going to hang out with her tonight for a little bit and wanted to tell him so he wouldn't worry about where she was. It wasn't long before she saw Heather and her partner running laps. "Let's run with them!"

Ryan chuckled. "Alright." she said, and she slowed down with Clary so they could.

"Hi!" Clary smiled. "I'm Clary!"

Ryan smiled and chuckled. "Clar, be careful. We don't want to have to have Long go get Professor Morgan to get you out of the floor again." She waved to Heather's partner too. "I'm Ryan. Nice to meet you."

Clary gave a nervous chuckle. "Good point." she then looked to Heather. "I figured since we're all running laps, we could all run together!"

Ryan smiled. "Just be careful, she sometimes gets too hyper and will start phasing through things without realizing it."


Maggie smiled when Willow told her her name. "Your name is very pretty." She could see that Willow was about to answer her before Joe came over and scared her a bit. The exchange was short, but she watched as Joe walked over to his partner. She turned back to Willow and chuckled. "Thanks. We constantly do stuff like that to each other. Joe's been one of my best friends since I started here, and he has gotten very good at sneaking up on me and scaring me like that." she said. She nodded and smiled a bit. "I won't lie, I'm not that good with the whole sparring thing, but Randa says its a good way for me to work on my self-defense stuff. Plus, we usually just end up goofing off anyway."

When they got over to the mats, she saw that Willow was talking to the girl that Billie and Randa had been talking to. Maggie waved a little when Willow referred to her as her new friend. "Hi. I'm Maggie."

"I'm surprised you're over here, Mags." Randa said, "But glad you are."

"Between you and dad getting onto me about the self-defense stuff, I think I should." Maggie motioned between Randa and Billie. "Plus you two get onto me too, and so does Erin."

Randa shrugged a bit. "Has to be learned, Mags."

Maggie rolled her eyes and looked to Willow. "Wanna stretch first?"


Colten chuckled a little. "I've been doing bodybuilding stuff my whole life. Keeps me out of trouble most of the time." he said. He and Kajun had this long going thing over this whole thing, and he could only even roll his eyes anymore. It was funny though. At least he hadn't brought up the bear thing this time. Hearing Kajun purr just made him smile a little, the girl was pretty. He sighed a bit and nearly jumped out of his skin when Randa came over. He did have to say he was thankful though. Beatrice had been trying for a while now to get in bed with him, and he didn't want that level of crazy right now. He'd have to say thank you to Randa later for it.

Once Long blew the whistle and everyone left, he looked to Kajun and Zach. "Sorry about Randa. She was just helping me out a little." he said. He got up and added some more weight to the bar before he saw another girl walking over to Ezria and Cole. Looked like they would be doing weight training too, which didn't surprise him with Cole being in the group. She enjoyed the weight training from what Drake had said. He shook his head a little and noticed Devin leaving Long's office, but he went to lifting his weights. He had a lot of problems with him, and last year, had he not been trying to keep Randa from killing him, he might have. He shook his head a little and looked to Kajun. He saw the frown on his face, but he had only ever seen the girl with Cole in passing. It wasn't until he noticed that the girl Devin had been bugging was with them that it bothered him. The last thing Drake would need to worry about was Devin trying something with Cole, but then again, if that was in fact Ez, he hoped Devin wouldn't be stupid enough to go near them. Because Drake was bad about things when he was mad.

Colten laid back on the bench and started going again, barely realizing the amount of weight he had added until a slight burn came to his muscles.


Cole and Ezria broke away from the group of girls, still trying to decide what to do. "I feel like weight training would be best. Running is not good for me, and I don't like the whole sparring thing." Cole said, and Ezria nodded.

"Works for me, where do you want to start? I personally need to work on my core." she said, patting her stomach a little before the brunette girl came over. Ez had noticed Devin had been bugging her before she walked over, and she waved to her.

"Sure, Brooke. We're doing weight training." she said, "Brooke this is Ezria, Ez, this is Brooke."

Ez smiled, "Nice to meet you. Come on, let's get to work." she said, and Cole looked to Brooke as they headed over towards the exercise bikes.

"You good, man? Your eyes are doing that squinty thing like when you have a headache. I can try and take the edge off if you want." she said, "Helps Sal sometimes, but his visions have been getting longer and more intense here lately so it doesn't help as much as it used to."

Cole saw Ez grabbing a couple of smaller weights so she could use them while she used the bike, and she looked to Brooke. "Is he already giving you problems?" she asked, her eyes looking over to Devin. When Brooke answered her, she sighed and shook her head. "He gets dumber every year, I swear." Cole scanned the area around them. The one benching closest to them was Colten, and Ez was right there. Sal and Drake were working the squat machines behind them. That should deter him from coming over here, but Cole also knew how stupid Devin was. Maybe not first hand, but she had heard all about it.


Randa couldn't help the laugh when Tiffany called Devin a tick. "That is the most accurate description I've heard for him yet. A small, blood-sucking pest." she said. Billie chuckled and nodded.

"Very accurate." she said, and when Tiffany's partner spoke she chuckled. "Yeah, we tend to go kind of easy on each other. Unless we're like in the middle of a fight. Then we beat the piss out of each other, but it's too early in the year for us to be in the middle of a fight like that." Billie said, pointing between her and Randa. They both sort of laughed, but Billie looked to Tiffany when she said she wanted to talk to her at lunch.

The request was an easy one and Billie nodded. "Of course. I don't want anyone getting hurt over this retarded ass feud, but you know," her eyes trailed over to where Jackie was. "The dumbass 'leader' won't adhere to reason." she said. "I'll do my best to keep an eye on her."

"I got her back too." Randa said, and Billie looked to her. "You can't be everywhere B, plus, most of the vampires aren't actually stupid enough to start shit with me. But most is the main word." she said, and her eyes caught Devin. "Others of them are too stupid not to not lay low. Like sir ball-less over there."

Maggie giggled when she heard them talking. "Should have seen how bad she pissed him off in History."

Billie gave Randa a look and she shrugged. "What? I only passed a note to him asking him if he needed nuts to replace his. That Glenn might have some, but they'd be a little big for him."

Billie laughed. "You're terrible."

Randa shrugged, "I mean it's true. Pretty sure all of the girls in this school have more nuts than he does." She shook her head when Billie just laughed harder. "Help me stretch out some more before we start sparring please."
In all fairness, James was actually quite glad when his phone rang. He hate pool. So much. However, when he saw who was calling, he grumbled. What did he do now? "Why is Skylar calling me now?" he grumbled. He walked away from the table and sat on a nearby chair. "What's up, Sky?" His eyes traveled around the bar whilst he waited for her to answer.


Cass sighed a bit, going to go get everyone drinks. She barely got hers ordered before the bartender told her that someone already paid for her. He pointed over to Victor Moretti. Well, that was a little unexpected, but still she walked over to him. She had to be polite after all. "Um... thank you." she said, "For the drink." His response made her smile and sort of chuckle. "Well thank you for that too. I don't hear that all too often." She found herself taking a seat beside him, against her better judgement, but she knew this could work out in one way or another. "I'm Cassidy, but you can call me Cass." she offered her hand out to him.

What the hell was she doing? Well, if asked, she was helping Dan do what he needed to do. She knew for a fact this guy was high up in the Italian family, but honestly... He was more attractive than his files showed. And quite charming in a weird way. And his cologne. She had to snap herself out of her own thoughts. She was getting a little bit tipsy, and she knew if she wasn't careful it could be bad. But at the same time... How long had it actually been? She had been so caught up in trying to not get found out as an agent and help Dan that she barely had a life outside of it all. That fact alone impacted her sex life too. Sure, on occasion she could get some if she really wanted, but she sort of enjoyed a no strings attached sort of thing.

Then almost always someone caught feelings. Oddly enough it wasn't her usually either, even though it had happened once or twice. Her life just got so chaotic that she couldn't keep up with a relationship. Especially with her cover stories and everything.


Nichole sighed a bit, watching James take his phone call and noticing that the redhead hadn't returned yet. "He usually isn't so bad. Guess it's been a bad week for him." Her eyes scanned the bar. "The turn out tonight isn't helping matters any I'm sure." She turned and looked to the bar and noticed that Cass was sitting with Victor. She couldn't help the small smirk that crossed her face. Victor was smart enough to not get caught, but she was still not fully expecting it either. When Dan spoke to her, she gave a gentle nod. "Please. And thank you."

Once Dan walked off she took out her phone and looked through her contacts. She knew someone who could get James a good job. She knew it was slow here lately with things building between the main feelings. Hell, she had even heard that the political hits had slowed to an almost stop. She shot a message to the contact she had on the screen and when they answered her, she put her phone back. She looked to the clock when the thunder cracked loudly outside. Later tonight was definitely going to be fun, that was for sure. It was going to be wet and gross. She rolled her eyes at the thought.

Her phone rang and she answered. "Yes?"

"Just calling to tell you to be careful. The streets are flooding in your neighborhood." It was her father's voice, and she couldn't help the half smile that came across her face.

"Thanks for the heads up. I'll keep an eye on it. Ti amo." she said.

"Ti amo." he said before he hung up. It wasn't long after that she saw Dan heading back over and she saw the bartender flipping over to the news on the smaller TV.

"Oh fun, looks like this storm that was supposed to miss us had other plans." she groaned. She looked to Dan. "Any good at darts?"
Evan had never been so happy to get food before, but apparently not as happy as Bri was. Her and Saul couldn't help but to chuckle at how she was answering, but Evan could understand that she was hungry. She just wanted to take her time with the tacos because they were literally something she could only get once a year. Saul went on talking though. "Yeah, I have been working on some absorption devices. I'm starting small, with rings that can absorb elemental discharge, but seeing as I've managed to get the fire one pretty well down I'm working on other items for it." He went to ask Bri for help with ice when she squeaked a little. He smiled a little at what she said.

"Yes!" Evan smiled. "Two birds one stone. We get to see Aunt Anais AND we get to see Denise get super pissed off." She giggled and Saul chuckled too.

"It'll be nice to see Anais too. I haven't seen her in..." he had to really think about it, but the thought kind of made his face fall. He saw her since the last time he had seen his own mother, but he shook the though from his mind. "I think it's been about seven years. The last time I was staying with Kiara to get supplies for my inventions."

It didn't take long for someone to bump into him, and he looked to the pretty blonde that who was now holding his taco out to him. She apologized to him and he just gave a soft smile. "No, I'm sure it was my fault. I'm sorry. Are you alright?" he asked. It wasn't long after that when he heard her say something about the taco meat and he raised a brow. When she left he listened as Bri and Evan laughed loudly. "What?"

"That was the worst flirting line I think I've heard in my life." Evan wheezed. Saul rolled his eyes a little and it made Evan laugh harder. "She checked you out, Saul. That girl was trying to flirt with you."

Saul waved his other hand and sighed. "Sure she was." he said. He managed to finish his taco and threw his trash in a nearby bin before he felt his phone vibrate. He patted all of his pockets at first and it dawned on him. "Fuck." he mumbled. Evan gave a look.

"What's up?" she asked, and she saw him pull out his phone. "Wait... No really, why are you saying fuck?"

"I lost my wallet. Maybe I left it at home." he said, and Evan sighed.

"Or, or, that girl who very poorly hit on you took it. This is why we've been telling you to keep your wallet where it's not so conspicuous." Evan said, and Saul rolled his eyes before looking at his phone. He stopped in his tracks for a minute.

Hey sweetie. I'm in town. I've got to scope the festival for other angels, but I'd like to meet up with you there. Love you, Mom.

Saul heard some snapping in front of his face and he sighed. "Sorry." he said, opening the back cover of his phone to see he still had his emergency money there. Something he had learned to do after the first time he lost his wallet.

"Who messaged you?" Evan asked, and Saul noticed they were in another line.

"Well, Aunt Anais being here might not be the only thing to piss off Denise." he said, and he opened the message and showed both Bri and Evan. It was no secret that his mother was someone that pissed off Denise. When their dad was drunk one time with them, he even admitted that he wished that things could have turned out differently between he and his mother. And Denise knew it too. Not to mention that she was best friends with Anais, and that basically made it worse. Evan's loud laughter made Saul jump.

"Oh... That would be a fun powder keg. Denise would totally burst a fucking vessel." she said, and she gave a grin.

Saul nodded a bit and then looked to Bri. "And before I forget again, sometime this week when you get time, can you help me with some of my inventions?"


The blonde girl with bright blue eyes could never understand what the whole point of these festivals was. It wasn't until she and her traveling companion and friend for the last 10 years had explained it was for meetings for different races that she understood. Sierra wasn't at all bothered by that, she was off the radar and hadn't heard news of her mother for decades now. Though, it made her wonder. The last time she had heard, Sybil had more children after her, and she couldn't help but to wonder if any of them would be in the area. Sierra moved through the crowds easily, helping Temperance scale the areas for more angels. So far the only angels she had seen had been other fallen angels who didn't seem too interested in the whole thing for Heaven. Another good thing about the angels that were after Temperance was that they tended to stick out, and so far she hadn't seen any. Sierra did notice something though, a blonde girl was being followed by a rather pissed off man and she rolled her eyes a little. Gently she tapped the man's temple from behind and watched as he teetered a bit.

Sierra walked up to the girl who had just seen walk into another guy and head off not long after. She gently looped her arm through hers and whispered. "Stick with me for a few minutes, dear. There's a very pissed off looking guy following you." she said, and soon she turned her head a bit to see the guy still following them. Sierra took her other hand and made a hand motion before she saw him hit the ground where the crowd had broken apart. Sierra let out a long breath and walked a little further with the young woman. "Sorry, I didn't like how that situation felt and would much rather help where I can." she apologized before her phone went off. She looked at her message and smiled a little. "Sorry, been looking for my friend in here and it's hard when a lot of us are blondes." she said, motioning to her own hair. "I'm Sierra by the way. If you want, I can stick around a bit and make sure that guy doesn't try to come after you again."


Val was glad when Siddiq brought her to a stand that had those... funnel cakes? Yes, funnel cakes, at it. She was very distracted by how loud everything was around them, and how many people there were. Val had been out in society in limited amounts and it was never this crowded. She felt Siddiq place a hand on her shoulder and he smiled to her. "It's okay, Val." he said, and she nodded. However when they went to step forward she bumped into someone and she saw Siddiq catch her and the plate of the person who she had just bumped into.

"I'm soooooo sorry." Val apologized to the blonde girl as Siddiq handed back her plate. His eyes caught the guy the girl had been walking with and he just smiled a little. He saw Val looking the girl over. "Again, I am so sorry. I'm really bad at this whole crowd thing and..." she started talking fast.

"Val, calm down." he whispered to her. He noticed how the air was changing a little but it stopped and he let out a long sigh. Val still wasn't the best at controlling her magic and reality bending in large crowds, but he couldn't blame her. She didn't have nearly enough experience around people. He could hear her still apologizing to them and he chuckled and patted the top of her head. It got Val to stop. "Sorry about my friend here. This is her first time here and she gets distracted easy because of how many people there are."

Siddiq moved up in the line and shook his head as Val finally moved off of apologizing. He chuckled and ordered her a funnel cake and handed it to her when he got back over. Luckily, they hadn't been too far behind them in the line. "So you eat it with strawberry sauce?" She asked, barely noticing Siddiq slip the plate in her hand and rip a piece off of it.

Well, since they were now engaged in conversation, Siddiq looked at the guy again and smiled. "I'm Siddiq, by the way, and this little klutz here is Val."

Val waved a little and smiled. "Hi. Sorry. I'm really bad at this stuff." She said with a nervous chuckle.


Aetulia was not happy with how this meeting was going in ways of tension. These thing had never been free going since Amal came to join the elders, and it was annoying. Before Darius could say anything to Delonna after she made her comment about Valkyrie, she kicked Darius under the table to keep him from saying anything. But Amal's answer made her roll her eyes. "It was in my notes that she needed to be reminded that her next offense would result in third trial." He said but he didn't fully answer the question. Which he never did.

Delonna went on to talk about her crops.and everything amd Darius gave a nod. "Thank you." He said.

It was when the Abyss was brought up she noticed Amal kind of tuned out. The Sentinels and Behemoths both had been under Aetulia's care since Amal became an elder. Foragers had always been under Darius and the Assassins had been under Delonna. She could see Darius visibly tense at the news and she sighed. "If you need me to, I can have Drakstin help you as well as the sentinels." Aetulia said.

"Eileena could meet up with you there as well, she mentioned noticing something off in one of the darker parts." Darius said. This was one of the few things, Aetulia noticed, that tended to put all but Amal on edge.

"Have you found anything out at all?" Amal asked, and Aetulia could hear some commotion outside. She waved her hand and bent reality enough to hide them when someone opened the tent flap. They looked around for a moment before leaving and Aetulia sighed. She saw Darius get up.

"Excuse me. I need to go find Valkyrie and…" He began.

Aetulia motioned for him to sit back down. "She is with Siddiq. She will be fine."

Amal rose a brow. "Anyway…anything else we need to discuss?"


The meeting went fairly smooth, Kai thought, but he nodded to Becca. "Of course." It seemed the meeting had been pretty well wrapped up by then and he looked to his watch. "If you guys ever need to get a hold of me. You can with these." He handed them each a small coin. "I have another meeting to get to."

Kai looked to Az as he headed out. Az stuck around for a couple of minutes and gathered up his things before a girl knocked into him at the entrance. He gave her a curious look before he saw her end up caught by Warren. When she said she thought the tent was empty when Becca asked he raised a brow. That was when they heard people outside talking about Sybil.

Warren smirked. "Oh now to have a little fun." He said and he looked to Az. "Might want to move, kid."

Az nodded and headed out. It wasn't a moment later that a few men entered the tent. They looked around and Warren smirked. "Did a girl come running in here?"

Tobias just shook his head, sitting in the chair beside the chair he saw the girl turn into. "This will be a fun exchange." He mumbled.

Warren chuckled. "Nah, but I've got a message for your boss." He said, his eyes going over black. For a moment they all stopped in their tracks and started being each other up. "This is my favorite trick."

Tobias chuckled. "I'm not helping you with clean up this time." He said.

Warren rolled his eyes and watched as they took the fight out of the tent. A few moments later security had taken them off and Warren turned and looked around for the girl. He saw Tobias motion to the chair beside him before standing. "How many people does this bitch have here?" He grumbled as a couple more filed in.


Temperance sighed as she walked around the perimeter of the food festival. She pulled up her wavy locks of dark blonde hair, and she sighed a bit. So far no angels were here, but she wouldn't put it past Michael to have them here. Even if angels didn't hold meetings on Earth. She stopped for a moment and texted Sierra to let her know she was going to make one more round before heading in. Then she texted Saul. It had been nearly a decade since she had seen him last, and this time she could tell him she was sticking around longer. So he could see her more.

Okay, mom. Can't wait to see you. Aunt Anais is supposed to be in town too. Love you.

That whole message made her smile and soon she headed into the gates of the festival. She put on her ball cap and pulled her ponytail through the hole in the back before she started looking around. This place had definitely changed since the last one she had been to about 25 years ago. But it was nice, and the bustling crowds were easy for her to hide in. She bumped into someone after being pushed to the side by a woman looking for her purse.

"I'm sorry about that." She apologized, dusting her hand off before offering it to the person who she had accidentally knocked to the ground. "Here let me help you up."

Temperance "Temp" Fredrick


"I never fit in when I was in Heaven, and I definitely didn't when I learned too much and had to run for my life and the life of my family."


-Temp is the mother to Saul. She adores all of his siblings though she has only ever met Kiara and Hoyt very briefly. When shw gets letters from him, she gets to hear about all of them though. And when they see each other every ten years, he tells her about them more.

-Temp is on the run from Heaven for learning too much. About ten years ago it was easier to run as she met up with Sierra Tearstone and they help each other and work well together.

-Anais is one of Temp's best friends and has allowed her to stay in her houses while she is on the run. Currently, Temp is staying with Sierra in one of her houses and intends to stay there for a while because she can feel things shifting and she doesn't like it.
"I guess so. Still a little weird. Like watching a mother and daughter." Atticus said. He went back to his tea before looking in the bag of muffins had made for him and Kat. There was a good variety in there, that was for sure.

Hearing that the snowstorm was still a few hours away put Atticus's mind at ease a bit, but still amazed him with it being the beginning of September. Well… close to it. He supposed being as far North as they were it wasn't unheard of and especially not being too far from the mountains either. Some years it took until the end of October but some years they would get flurries early like this. It just meant it would be a cold winter. He would bring his other jacket, he thought, especially since while the cold didn't bother him too much, it might bother Kat. Especially after last night with the rain and cold. He didn't have to worry about getting sick, he did have to worry about her getting sick though.

Once Kat came back down he gave her a soft smile and nodded. "We've got four of them and a couple other kinds." He grabbed his other jacket as they headed out. He noticed Kat pulling her coat closer around her. He wouldn't deny it was cold, but he still held his jacket out to her. "If you need it, I've got this one too."

He nodded a bit about going to the arboretum. He enjoyed it there, oddly enough, and this time of year it was always pretty. All the leaves were beginning to change colors and soon they would be decorating for Halloween. Which was always fun. He actually enjoyed Halloween time around the coven, and it wasn't hard to tell that almost everyone did too. It was one of the few times of the year everyone seemed to get along. "So Kitty, which story do you want me to start with? The one from last night or the one with the hunters?"


Lia sipped a bit of her tea concoction before blowing on it some after burning her tongue a little. She needed to remember how hot the tea was sometimes. She sighed a bit and got to making cookoe dough, humming a bit while she did. Of course, the cookie dough needed to chill for a bit before she started baking it, but it surprised her a little more that someone answered her. She looked to Mitch and gave a soft, barely there smile, "Well, which would you prefer this time, I'll make extra of those."

She got out both grape and strawberry jellies and then she started on the base for s'mores pie. She could never quite put her finger on why baking soothed her so much, but something told her it was the repitition in it. Especially when it came to everything she was making now. "Do you want anything else for breakfast?" She asked, looking around at all the muffins. "I mean, I know I've made enough muffins to feed at the very least half the castle, but if you want something else, I don't mind making it."

She could feel her throat getting itchy again and she took another sip of her tea and turned to get the rest of the stuff for s'mores pie. Once she had it finished, she put it in the freezer to set and she pulled out some meat. She decided chili would be good for dinner. She took another sip of tea before a timer went off and she pulled the cookie dough out of the fridge. "Oh, and before I forget," she said to Mitch. "Att asked if I would cancel lessons tomorrow since it's Kat's birthday. Also asked if I would make her a cake, a kind of surprise for her I guess." She said as she placed the first pan of cookies in the oven.

A light cough escaped her and she rolled her eyes a little as she turned to busy herself again.
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