Adel the Bounty HunterAdel belched. She had been drinking through all of her canteens the entire day just to keep herself hydrated while she waited for the target to show up. Now that the sun was finally beginning to settle, she didn't have to feel like she was sitting inside a baking oven on high any longer. She pat her rounded stomach, which was firm and taut with fat and water both. She belched again. It felt good to let it out now and then, manners be damned to hell and back. A little mewl started to creep its way up her throat, that tickle of excitement she got whenever she was bloated or stuffed this big, but she managed to swallow it back down. Now was the time for business, not pleasure. She refused to mix the two, as one was meant to lead to the other, and nothing more.
As of this moment, she sat alone on a smooth stone beside a dark desert highway. There was not a soul for miles. Cars never rode this way anymore, if many of them still rode at all. Yet she knew that the target would be passing this
Cassidy Comes OutAs she and her girlfriend piled into Cassidy's car, Bonnie couldn't contain her excitement. "So this is happening? Your parents are totally fine with you bringing me home for Thanksgiving?"
Cassidy winced, brushing her long red hair from her eyes. She looked straight ahead, avoiding the gleeful grin of her girlfriend, and hesitated before admitting, "They're, uh, fine with me bringing my best friend in the world home, yeah..."
Bonnie's forehead wrinkled. She'd caught the emphasis, "What?"
Cass blushed, embarassed, "I told them that you were my best friend and you had nowhere to go for Thanksgiving, and they said it would be okay if you came..."
The reality of what Cassidy was saying hit Bonnie all at once, "You... haven't told them."
Cassidy looked intently at the corner of her dasboard, "I'm not ashamed or anything, it's just this is all so new, and I just... don't really know how to tell anybody."
Bonnie reached over, putting her hands onto the exposed skin of Cassidy's soft,
An Afterschool SnackThe day was progressing just like any other. I was just sitting with Anthony in the cafeteria; lunch had been going on for the last 12 or so minutes. It was only the third day of second semester, but we’d already staked our claim on a good spot. Our table was close towards the windows, away from the general din coming from the center of the hall, near the booths. It was on the opposite side of the room from the kitchen and serving lines. Yeah, there was a brief walk when you’d first enter the cafeteria, but a prime location like this was worth the sacrifice.
In between bites of my cheeseburger, I was talking about the new game console I’d gotten for Christmas while Anthony munched on his sub. I could tell he was only giving me 80% attention at most. This was typical. In the years I’d known Anthony he never seemed to fail at zoning out. Anthony was about 5’11 with black, medium-length hair that he wore parted. I’d call him trim, but that’d imply
Daddy"Here you go baby. I got you a flower to go with your pretty dress." My mommy bends down and attaches the white flower to the front of my dress and kisses my nose.
"Thank you mommy." I hug her quickly as brother walks out in his fancy clothes, straightening his tie as he moves. "Where are we going?" I ask them as I'm led to the car.
"We are going to a funeral." Brother answers looking straight ahead holding my hand in his.
"What's that?" My mommy sends a glance towards my brother, she looks worried. My brother tilts his head looking at her as I wait patiently for one of them to answer.
"You know how daddy left right?" My brother opens the car door and helps me into my seat as mommy moves to the other side of the car to get in.
"Yes. He wanted to stay here but the angels needed him. So he had to go be with them to help them make others happy." Brother nods and my mommy wipes something off her cheek. I want to hug her, but I'm fastened in my seat now. "Are we visiting daddy?" Broth
Surprises and Shocks - BadgeRing Kits
Ringshadow had enjoyed her time in the Nursery, of course she'd had to relinquish Rosepaw as an Apprentice, but Talonstar had given her to her brother instead, so it didn't seemed to have impacted on her training too much.
The Nursery was still quite a crowded place, although she knew space would free up in a few days when Shadeblossom and Amberleaf's Kits became Apprentices, that wouldn't leave space for two more nests, or the possibility of making her own a little bigger.
Her own due date was close now, she just knew it. Her belly was swollen and if she moved too quickly she could feel the Kits inside her protesting about it. She smiled to herself, hoping that her litter would be healthy and well - wasn't that all a she-cat wanted from her Kits.
Blazetail was also new to the Nursery, her Kits would be born a little while after her own. While it was good that Highclan was experiencing a good in-flow of Kits, Ringshadow was also consciou
Game Changer: Chapter 11 (WG)105…
Lexi slowed down, as she saw brake lights in front of her. The short haired brunette looked at her bulging gut, pushing her shirt up as she sat in the driver’s seat of her car.
The car in front of her began to move as Lexi sighed. She had been dreading this shopping trip for weeks.
Lexi silently read each mailbox number. These numbers made her depressed, as they were numerical vestiges of a figure now long since vanished.
Lexi shuddered. How she longed to be that skinny again. The brunette reached into her center console and pulled out a handful of cheese curls.
Lexi kept driving on, trying her to best to ignore the numbers. It was bizarre how something so innocuous could remind her of something so devastating.
Soon, Lexi found something she enjoyed on the radio dial. She took a long sip of her fountain drink and continued driving along. The porky br
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