It’s the most annoying thing ever. Is there something wrong with letting you know ahead of time so you can have a proper night’s sleep?
I think people just like bothering others when it comes to sleep…that’s why they can’t give anyone a heads-up. Like it’s really rude.
than finding out you have to get up early in the morning.
Gosh, I hate that.
Hmmm maybe. As long as you don’t break my back! But we should probably know eachother before we do this. I’m Charlotte!
I won’t break you’re back—- that’s a promise. Pleasure to meet yah, Charlotte. M’name is Chad.
I SNORTED AT YOU
//i like your face!Oh I’m blushing——- s t o p.
Hey there, princess! How’re you doing?
Some have been up since Halloween though. So I don’t like to think of myself as behind, just that everyone else was to early.
Well that’s a really good way to put it! Oh tell me about it, I passed this house with a Santa outside and they had dressed him up in a scary costume—- he’s back to normal now. It was pretty crazy.
You’ll give me a piggy back ride? HELL YEAH!
Of course! S’long as I get one in return—- you can carry me home when I run out of energy!
The holidays just kicked in and what better could it bring than a small break from school. Christmas is her favorite time of the year, even more than her birthday, since she get to spend it with Chad and Chester with lots of cookies and hot chocolate with marshmallows or whipped cream. The three instantly clicked the moment they met, especially she and Chad. They were boys and they like to do normal boy stuffs which fortunately, she enjoys doing as well, besides the fact that they lost their loved ones in such an early age. Come hit puberty and they were still the same, except that the twins towered over her already and they don’t seem to stop growing, but all in all, they didn’t change. Still the same immature kids she grew fond of.
"C-Coming," she sniffed and wiped the tears staining her cheeks. Penny just watched a re-run of the Little Mermaid and she can’t help crying when Ariel lost her voice and could not speak to the man she loved. It’s just so tragic. She walked towards the door and opened it to find a smiling Chad. With another sniff, she threw herself in his arms and sobbed like a five-year old kid who dropped her ice cream, "Chaddie…A-Ariel lost her voice."
There he had been—— hoping to get some Holiday cheer in before the actual Holidays but instead he was rewarded with Penny— who was in tears. And he had a pretty good idea of why that was. He had been there plenty of times when she watched her films and he had seen her reactions, Chad had always been there to offer her a shoulder to cry on and a pat on the back along with tickles, to make her smile again. “Oh no—” He said as she threw herself in his arms, he wrapped his arms around her, careful not to mess with the box he carried.
Free hand rubbed her back softly, and he leaned his head on top of hers. Chad loved being able to do that, at one point she had been taller, but now he and Chester towered over her. “I told you to call me when you wanted to watch, it’s always better to have someone there.” He hugged her tighter, but still gently. “It’s okay, it all gets better. And for you too, I bring cookies and a Chad for the day.” He said with a bright smile, pulling back just a tiny bit to look at her. “All yours for today, Chester is out and so is my Aunt and I made cookies for you.”