Hunted: Prologue HUNTED: Chapter One HUNTED: Chapter Two HUNTED: Chapter Three HUNTED: Chapter Four HUNTED: Chapter Five HUNTED: Chapter Six HUNTED: Chapter Seven HUNTED: Chapter Eight HUNTED: Chapter Nine HUNTED: Chapter 10 Eleven. Officer Finn Holland: I watch the clip for the fifth time and I feel victorious. Yet, I also have a sinking feeling … Continue reading HUNTED: Chapter Eleven
I reach out and cradle his face in my hands, my thumbs resting below his eyes, catching his tears. “Me too, Jax, me too.” He rests his forehead on my shoulder and wraps his arms around me tightly. My arms squeeze around his neck and I feel him start to shake. We stay like that for awhile, crying together, grieving together, trying to find solace.
“I just witnessed my best friend get murdered and survived two gunshots! If I feel like getting drunk I am going too.” I snap. They were right though, I never drank. It wasn’t my thing but hours ago we laid Juliet to rest and I realized that her murderer could have been watching us, or me rather, for awhile. Call me crazy but that was a hard pill to swallow.
I made it to the bathroom but not in time to lock myself inside. So I leaped in the bathtub and tried hiding lamely behind the curtain. He jumped in after me and slammed me to the shower wall tickling my ribs. His face was all red and gooey. I looked up and noticed that the shower head was the detachable kind with a hose. Thinking quickly I reached to grab it with one hand and blasting the cold water with the other. He was soaking wet and the bathtub floor was now red. Archer made a weird grunt noise and grabbed for the hose which only made us wetter. I ducked under his arms, out of the tub, and ran toward the living room laughing. He caught up with me and tackled me on the couch.
David surprised me today. We both work downtown most of the time, only a few blocks apart. So when David gets off work and walks a little ways to give me his last free coffee (he works at Starbucks) of the day it is always very sweet. However today he was working a Starbucks about … Continue reading Feeling Special
It really is that time of the year. Sales at retail stores, red cups at Starbucks, snowfall (in some states), and accents of red and green are everywhere. The time of year where joy should fill you to your brim. However sometimes the holiday season can be hard on people for various reasons like the … Continue reading To good to be true or are things finally beginning to turn around?
David and I have been so busy lately that it seems incredibly weird that Thanksgiving is a week away. This will be my first semi-warm holiday season and I am looking forward to it. Though David is a bit sad he isn't around his beloved snow. But that is coming from the guy who sings Christmas … Continue reading Tennessee Bound
Alright my family came to visit, then we went on vacation, and yesterday we celebrated my 25th birthday, now what? I feel as if we had a lot to look forward to but now it's all come to a close and I am lost in this feeling of woe. I know what you all are … Continue reading Post Everything Blues
Well this year I was able to experience something new and that is a warm sunny birthday. Having a birthday in October while living in Montana and Washington for most of my life meant cold rainy days. Not that I am complaining because I love rain more then most people but it was a nice … Continue reading 25 Never Looked So Good
And the adventures continue... As you may have been reading in my blog the last couple nights, my family is in town visiting for the week. It has been so much fun showing them around. I feel an odd since of pride. We met up early in the morning and we walked downtown and I … Continue reading Boone Hall Plantation