I made a tumblr page, viper9000.tumblr.com/ I was bored...
Don't know how often I'll check it or anything but I got one now.
Human Error Pt. 2
"You're sure you got me signed up properly?" Julia asked, her hands running as far down her belly as she could go to help her balance as she waddled into the local YMCA.
"Of course, Calia and I got everything taken care of," Ruby said, coming in behind Julia since the two of them were too big to fit in the doorway.
"You two don't have a great track record when it comes to organization and my pregnancy," Julia said, nervously watching Calia bound over to the front desk.
"Hi! My friends and I are signed up for today's lamaze class," Calia said, leaning over to get the attention of the receptionist who was distracted by her computer.
"Okay, great," the receptionist said in a pleasantly disinterested tone as she lifted her head. "Just fill out our sign-in sheet and mark the OH MY GOD!"
The whole front desk jumped at the sight of Ruby and Julia's pregnant bellies and every eye within range was staring directly at them. Even as Calia was leaning against the desk and giving a generous view of
Human Error Pt. 1
Julia groaned and let out an exhausted sigh when she finally shuffled into her apartment. It was close to one in the morning and she couldn't have felt more dead tired. With each step, it felt like her ankles and knees were made out of lead and she wasn't moving too quickly through her apartment. When Julia got to the midway point between her bedroom and the kitchen, she paused and grunted again. She had a splitting headache that wouldn't stop throbbing and was already in a miserable mood so eating was central in her mind. Her eyes watered and winced when the fridge's light hit her in the dark of the apartment and when she adjusted enough to get a good look for herself, Julia saw there wasn't much to eat anyway. With another groan, she grabbed the little bit of lunch meat that was left and wrapped it around a slice of cheddar cheese, chewing and gulping down the improvised snack quickly.
Now Julia was ready to finally collapse into bed. Her balance was already impaired by alcohol and i
A Spell Gone Right! (Story)
A Spell Gone Right
Ella wasn't your average 19-year-old. In fact, she was a witch! Of course in a world full of witches and wizards this wasn’t all that uncommon. Though, Ella herself was still only a witch-in-training; she had to pass her exams before she became a full-fledged witch, and with Halloween coming up, she was very busy studying. Halloween was the end of the semester at her wizardry college, and the date was approaching much faster than Ella wished.
"Damn it! It just won't work!" She cried, slamming the dusty old book closed with a groan. She had been studying for hours, and not one of the spells she had been laboriously trying to learn actually worked. Well, except lumeria, which was supposed to make the lights turn on and off. That had made her lamp explode in a flash of light, which was close enough that she counted it as a win.
"I'm going to fail for sure." She huffed, leaning back in the rickety old chair and crossing her legs. Ella wasn't the prettiest girl in s
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"She just started a second encore so she won't be with you for a while," he said. He may have been gruff but he was courteous enough. Becca thanked him and walked into the backstage area. There were cables and large metal luggage cases all over and technicians were hurrying around to keep the show going smoothly. Becca could hear a few complaining as she ran past her.
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