forkedroad: (at age 6 i was born without a face)
Annabelle Blishwick ([personal profile] forkedroad) wrote in [community profile] lostcarnival 2017-04-02 05:30 am (UTC)

Annabelle had spent most of her day exploring. The world was interesting and new, even if it lacked the excitement of the celebration dimension in many aspects, in her opinion. The creatures were fascinating and adorable, and she had want of them. So she's been chatting up locals and reading up on the regional fauna and all, a field she doesn't typically delve into with study. And, of course, she's been exploring the region.

Since her arrival, she's decided to wear something lighter than she normally dons. It's just a simple ribbed canary yellow tanktop, some loose cuffed jean shorts (which are very strange to her) and simple top strap sandals. Her skin is bright pink on her shoulders, the back of her neck and her cheeks, not really having had the sense to wear sunscreen (because really, what the hell is that).

She's walking down the beach, holding some bottled pinaepple mango juice she's been sipping from as she idly ambles around at a leisurely pace—and that's when she notices Lauren. He's not sitting right at the shore line or anything, but even in the darkness, he catches her eye. Her shoulders slump as she notices he's very clearly moping, and though she knows it's by no means her problem or responsibility, she caps her treat and trudges over to Lauren. Once there, she stands in front of him, watching him.


Everyone has been so sad, lately. She just doesn't know what to do with it.

"Fancy meeting you on a strange beach in the middle of the night."

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